Monthly Archives: December 2014

Advent Evening Prayer Homily: Identity

December 10, 2014, Kelly Moody preaching

“Immanuel is God’s most vulnerable self-revelation to us, and the point I hope to make tonight is that in order to identify with God as Immanuel, we too must become vulnerable about who we are.” Read more

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Cosmic Evil and John the Baptist

December 7, 2014, The Rev. Doyt Conn preaching

I was coming over here yesterday to practice my sermon. A neighbor was out, and he asked how I was doing. I hesitated. “OK, I guess. I’m having a hard time birthing this sermon.” “What’s it on?” he asked. “Cosmic evil,” I said. “Oh… Why?” he asked. “I guess because I believe in it, and Jesus put an end to it, and the text lends itself to the topic.” “Well,” he replied, “Good luck with that.” Read more

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