Author Archives: Amy
In this week’s sermon, we look at Amos’ call for a just society, and how six:eight is all about the balance – love, justice AND faith. Take a moment to watch and then consider how you can be a part of it! The Commitment Card give you a chance to see how we might grow … Continue reading
Sermon from October 27th Based on 1 Kings 5:1-5, 8:1-13
The first sermon in our series exploring the book of Exodus. Enjoy!
This summer in July and August, we’ll be reading the story of the Israelites leaving slavery in Egypt for freedom in the promised land under God’s leadership. Daily scripture reading is a classic spiritual practice. Read through the chapter slowly, paying attention to see if any particular word or phrase “lights up” or stands out … Continue reading
Joseph comes into significant new responsibilities when he interprets Pharoah’s dream with wisdom and foresight. In the course of the story we see how his past suffering has prepared him to trust God and act with true humble service.
In our second sermon following Joseph’s story, we hear about Joseph facing a false accusation and jail time for it, but even at his lowest point, having God present with him.
This week, we heard in Genesis 37 about the anger and jealousy between Joseph and his brothers – anger that leads to violence and Joseph’s being sold into slavery. Listen in as we start the conversation about what God is doing with this family. Click the photo to go to the sermon.
Hey all you regular watchers of the sermon…. How many of you live in Baltimore and BELIEVE? Enjoy this week’s sermon….
Peter and the other Judean disciples discover that God is doing new things among the Gentiles in Acts 11:1-18. If you’d like to hear more about sinkholes, here is the story I mentioned in the sermon, from the American Public Media program The Story.
This week was a anxious one for many of us, especially in light of the bombings in Boston and other news events. Our text is Psalm 23. At the end of the sermon, click the second video to hear a beautiful choral setting of this Psalm. Cantus sings “The 23rd Psalm (dedicated to my mother)” … Continue reading