Tag Archives: Year of Luke

Sermon: It’s all new!

Sermon for Williamstown Uniting Church Lent 4, 6th of March, 2016 2 Corinthians 5:16-21 Today’s reading from Paul’s second letter to the church at Corinth, or at least the second letter of his to them that we have, is full … Continue reading

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Sermon: Contra prosperity gospel

Our repentance will not always be pleasant. Sometimes it may be profoundly unpleasant and even a bit smelly. Continue reading

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Sermon: A hen in a world of foxes

… we live in a world full of foxes, and sometimes we desire more protection than a mother hen can offer. Continue reading

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Sermon: Righteous without being self-righteous

Lent reminds us that our role as Christ’s followers is to seek to be righteous without being self-righteous, as difficult as that is. Continue reading

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Sermon: Jesus was serious about all that ‘love’ stuff

As I said last week, we are not God. We cannot love others as God loves us. We will always fail and fall short. But that doesn’t give us a reason not to try. Continue reading

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Sermon: We are not the messiah (but we can change the world)

Luckily for all of us who are baptised into this awesome responsibility, we are not the Messiah. We are called to follow Christ; we don’t have to individually be Christ. Continue reading

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Sermon: Life before and after death

It is impossible to be grateful to this God and not act in solidarity with others to make this world a more just place … Continue reading

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