Monthly Archives: March 2014

“believing is seeing” sermon on John 9:1-41

3/30/2014 Lent 4 Sermon on John 9:1-41 “believing is seeing” St. Michael’s Lutheran Church New Canaan, CT

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Talking to God; Talking to Each Other

The conversation I remembered went something like this… “Why do you go to church?”  “My friend goes to talk to God.” “But why do you go to church?”  “I go to talk to my friend.” I’ve been thinking about this … Continue reading

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“Come to Me, All Pilgrims Thirsty,” a sermon in 3 parts on John 4:5-42

3/23/2014 Lent 3 A sermon in 3 parts on John 4:5-42 “Come to me, all pilgrims thirsty” St. Michael’s Lutheran Church New Canaan, CT

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Fear, Faith, Foolishness and trying something new

It is difficult to live in our world and not feel constantly afraid. Fear is a topic which is constantly addressed in scripture. A quick investigation using an online concordance (http://www.biblestudytools.com) reveals that in the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) … Continue reading

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“Query” a sermon on John 3:9-10a (Q&A Day)

3/16/2014 Lent 2 A sermon on John 3:9-10a “Query” St. Michael’s Lutheran Church New Canaan, CT

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“Dressed Like Flowers” a midweek sermon on Matt 6:25-34

3/12/2014 Lent Midweek Sermon on Matt 6:25-34 “Dressed Like Flowers” St. Michael’s Lutheran Church New Canaan, CT

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A Post Office Parable

We are strange people: We like the U.S. Post Office. Tammie visits the Post Office several times a week. She knows the workers on a first name basis. She went abroad with her sister for a few months three years … Continue reading

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