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Lectionary Sermon 8 September 2019 (Year C) Luke 14:25-33

The Embarrassing Side of the Ledger When Karen Armstrong, one of the most respected modern theologians and specialists in comparative religion, was speaking about her latest book “ The Lost Art of Scripture” she said “there’s a lot of bad … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon 4 September 2016 (Year C) Luke 14:25-33

THE OTHER SIDE OF THE LEDGER A great spectator sport is to watch political candidates squirm when their dodgy business dealings are exposed to the gaze of the voting public. Can we trust a certain politician who refuses to release … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon 9 August 2015 on1 Kings 19: 1-15 Pr 14 Year B

The lectionary reading chosen for today’s message is one of the optional Old Testament readings from the lectionary. This is a purely personal choice because I happen to find the story more interesting! Today’s story from the life of Elijah … Continue reading

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Sermon for Christmas Day 2016

  A Guiding light for Whose Journey? As a slow learning “older person” I should confess it has taken me much too long to realize the potential of Google maps on mobile phones.  From a young relative I recently learned … Continue reading

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