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Hello-Goodbye sermon series - June 20, 2021

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Camp Sunday - June 13, 2021

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Hello-Goodbye sermon series - June 6, 2021

John 21:1-14

Like a variety of the scriptures we’ve studied this Spring, I feel this one needs to come with a preface: many scholars claim John 21 is a later addition. That the original gospel finished with the resurrection and the visits to the disciples in the upper room and that chapter 21 came later as a redaction or addition. And yet, even if it was added later, it carries the thread of the Gospel, such that it doesn’t read as an imposter chapter, and it stuck, like the last half of Mark chapter 16, which is also understood as a later edition. I’m not sure arguing about original texts is worth it, at least not for today’s sermon, but it does seem worth mentioning since we don’t often tell this story and hear this scripture passage. You are educated Christians who enjoy learning, asking questions, and looking for a different

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Hello-Goodbye sermon series - May 23, 2021

Jeremiah 31 (abridged)

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Hello-Goodbye Sermon series - May 16, 2021

Jonah (various)When I’ve read this story a lot over the years. Normally I look from the perspective of Jonah. What was it like for him to be called to a people he classified as “enemy” and asked to condemn their sins and invite them to repentance. From his actions, we see, he wasn’t into it. He did NOT want to go to Nineveh. He definitely did not want to name their wickedness. And so he ran.

Jonah was very clear he didn’t want any part of the Nineveh business. He knew about the people of Nineveh and it seems he had given up on their potential for change. And, it seems from his call, that God had not. In fact, God was so convinced that even when Jonah ran, when he

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