Tag Archives: Palm Sunday

In the Name of the Lord, Mark 11:1-11

Often, I get to come to the pulpit with multiple choices to preach about on a Sunday. The usual choices come often from the lectionary, but today some additional choices are available.
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Bittersweet Parade, Matthew 21:1-11

When they approached Jerusalem and came to Bethphage on the Mount of Olives, Jesus gave two disciples a task. 2 He said to them, “Go into the village over there. As soon as you enter, you will find a donkey tied … Continue reading

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Days 30-35: Getting Lost in the Celebration, Mark 11:1-11

(This sermon was delivered on March 29, 2015.) Celebrations are many things–loud, flashy, usually filled with lots of people, lots of music, dancing, and much more. The point of a party is to purely live in the moment, to lose … Continue reading

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The Song of the Disciples

Alright, so confession time: I haven’t kept up with the blog everyday like I planned. Obviously. I’m in the process of doing some serious life-weeding, trying to find what’s important, what I can let slide, and what is absolutely essential … Continue reading

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