New Day Sermon (epiphany 6) Sometimes we think of the Ten Commandments as one-dimensional. They just tell us what we can’t do. There is a rhythm in the commandments between the promises they embody from God and the ways we can protect those promises.
New Day Sermon Epiphany 2 We’re always looking for something … relationships, success, acknowledgement, love, satisfaction, meaning … the list is endless. Early in his ministry, Jesus offers the simple (yet profound) question to two disciples … “What are you looking for?’ Dare we allow Jesus to ask the same of us?
New Day Sermon Baptism Of Our Lord What does it mean to be alive? To be really alive. What does it mean to live life well? Our Biblical witness has a few suggestions…
New Day Sermon Christmas 2 Sometimes we need an outside perspective. How is God inviting you to see from this totally other point of view?
New Day Sermonfirst Sunday Of Christmas This week we celebrate the birth of Jesus with a special combined service of Lessons and Carols.
New Day Sermon — Advent 4 Cynthia Rylant’s story, “The Christmas Tree Man”, invites us to consider the shepherds in our Gospel Lesson from St’ Luke 2:8-18, and ponder how we are also called to shepherd those who are entrusted into our care. As Christians, part of that care-taking is sharing the news of Jesus…
One of the Bible’s heroes is a shepherd named Moses. Hero for sure, but a bit of a hot mess. If God could use him, what can God do with our hot messes?
God always manages to gather us together in different ways.
New Day Sermon Pentecost 22 Math, grammar, and the promise of the resurrection…or in a few simple words how Jesus offers us hope in the now and not yet.
New Day Sermon Reformation Sunday Lutherans have often celebrated Reformation Sunday as an “in-house” glorification of the blessings of the Lutheran perspective. Now, in a rapidly changing world with expanded horizons, how do we live and witness as Lutheran Christians in a pluralistic human community. Join our New Day community in our engagement of the…