Earlier this week an interesting op-ed appeared in the New York Times entitled “My Daughter is not Transgender. She’s a Tomboy.” In it, Lisa Selin Davis, a mother and young adult novelist, details her child’s interactions with adults who are … Continue reading Tomboys, Trans Folks, and the Times
An audio podcast of this sermon is available here or on iTunes. There’s a story about a guy who falls in a hole. A man is out walking one day and all of a sudden he trips and falls into this … Continue reading When God Jumps In: Sermon for Easter, 2017
An audio version of this sermon may be found here, or as a podcast on iTunes here. Back in Advent, when we were getting ready for the birth of Jesus at Christmas, we read the story of John the Baptist. … Continue reading Save Us: Sermon for Palm Sunday, 2017
An audio recording of this sermon is available here. When you’re telling a story, there are two ways to do it. One is that you can focus on a very short period of time, like a year, or even a … Continue reading Our Story: Sermon for the 379th Anniversary of the Congregational Church in Exeter, April 2, 2017
To listen to this sermon as a podcast, please visit: https://exeterucc.podbean.com or subscribe here on iTunes . Ephesians 5:8-14 5:8 For once you were darkness, but now in the Lord you are light. Live as children of light- 5:9 for the fruit of … Continue reading Getting ‘Woke’: Sermon for March 26, 2017
A few years ago I podcasted my sermons regularly, and enjoyed hearing feedback from those who listened. Then the podcasting service I was using shut down, and I started publishing my manuscript instead. Lately I’ve been listening to more podcasts, … Continue reading Now on iTunes: A new sermon podcast.
Growing up I wanted one thing perhaps more than all others. I wished for it, hoped for it, prayed for it, and it never came. When I got to college I would occasionally catch glimpses of it, but it wouldn’t … Continue reading Leaving Pharaoh Behind When You Don’t Have a GPS: Sermon for March 19, 2017