December 8, 2020

Political divisiveness and destabilization can manifest in churches. So how can we pastor during – and after – this coup? Read more

December 6, 2020

Beware: Trumpism is not going away.  It’s a “starfish,” not a “spider.” And it’s a threat to the church. How should congregations respond? Read more

November 28, 2020

What happens to all the broken pieces of people’s lives? In Mark 13:24-37, Jesus assures us that God will gather up the fragments and transform them. Read more

November 23, 2020

What’s the point of dire apocalyptic warnings in Mark 13:24-37? If it’s not to build underground shelters stocked with canned peaches, what does it mean?  Read more

November 14, 2020

When we read the Parable of the Talents through the lens of race, privilege, and wealth in America, we see a different perspective. Read more

November 8, 2020

Post-election sermon. Whether you’re celebrating or mourning the election, we must not be complacent. There is much work ahead for our country & the church. Read more

November 5, 2020

Here are some ideas for messaging and preaching in the post-election season — whether your church leans left, right, or hovers in the middle. Read more

October 30, 2020

The results of the 2020 election will take time, causing stress and anxiety for many. Clergy should prepare now for ministry in the post-election season. Read more

October 29, 2020

How are clergy dealing with election stress in the midst of Covid-19? And what are ideas for coping in this challenging time? Read more

October 25, 2020

How can Mister Rogers’ legacy of goodness guide us in this time of exile?  This sermon draws on Jeremiah 31:31-34 to find God’s love written on our hearts. Read more




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