Tag Archives: Rex Hunt

Lectionary sermon for 6 October 2019 on Luke 17: 5-10

A Big Enough Mustard Seed? One comparatively new phenomenon is that with the assistance of modern travel we live in an age where new religions jostle for our attention, yet there is little evidence that many of our cities or … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for July 29 2018 on John 6: 1 – 21

The Unexpected Miracle of Treating Others Like they Matter When I think of a story about Jesus doing a miracle I guess I am going to annoy some people when I say that to me at least is the part … Continue reading

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Lectionary sermon for 2 October 2016 on Luke 17: 5-10

A Big Enough Mustard Seed? One often overlooked aspect of Christianity is the little amount we should need by way of theology before we can start the task of living the faith. Mind you, at least you can see where … Continue reading

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Lectionary Sermon for 10 January 2016: The Baptism of Christ based on Luke 3: 15 – 22

So Baptism Means What? Roger Fenn, who I believe started the Fenn School, in Concord in the United States, was known to enjoy telling the story of how, as a young boy, he had been present at the baptism of some relative, … Continue reading

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