Sermons from December 2017

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Out of all the miraculous and wonderful places in this great, big universe, why did God choose to come down and be with us? The Franciscan priest Richard Rohr answers it this way:
“Jesus did not come to change the mind of God about humanity… Jesus came to change the mind of humanity about God.”

“Like Those Who Dream” Psalm126


In Advent, we are called to be witnesses of God’s goodness. We are called to sing out God’s great love in Christ. In this season, we remember that even in such a messy and broken world as ours, God chose to come and live as one of us, to teach us, heal us, save us, and claim us as beloved children. And we remember that Christ is coming again.

“How Are You Preparing for Christmas?” Mark 1:1-8


Christmas is God coming to earth, taking on our very flesh, doing the most crazy thing possible to show us the fullness of God’s love. No other religion or tradition around the world has ever proclaimed a similar story. Because it’s too crazy, too amazing, too unimaginable that the God who created the universe, who made the stars and the planets, who breathed us out of dust, would come and live as one of us.