Archive: Jun 2015

  1. A Question of Seeing

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    Mark 5: 21-43; 06282015; 5 Pentecost This past Friday, I spent part of my day off on Facebook, perusing the many comments posted after the Supreme Court issued its decision on same sex marriage.  As I was doing so, I happened upon a post from John, an old childhood friend of mine.  John and I […]

  2. In the boat with Jesus

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    Mark 4: 35-41; 06212015; 4 Pentecost Like many of you, I’ve been following the story of the church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina.  It was, and continues to be a terrible tragedy.  At the same time I also saw the commercial from one of our local truck dealers.  He has been giving a “free” gun […]

  3. The Kingdom of God is “automate”

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    Mark 4: 26-34; 06142015; 3 Pentecost It’s good to back home here in Midland, after vacationing up north with my four brothers.  We always have a good time, but if we’d stayed up north any longer, we would’ve had to buy a whole new wardrobe.  My youngest brother Chip texted me and said he’d gained […]

  4. Funeral Sermon: Robert “Bob” Dyer

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    R. Dyer Funeral; 06122015 Good morning.  I am so glad I could be here with you this morning, as we celebrate Bob’s life together.  I must say that I admired Bob, even though by the time I met him he was having cognitive issues. I feel a certain kinship with you all because my father […]

  5. Nicodemus Awakens

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    Trinity Sunday; 05312015; John 3: 1-17 Tomorrow, at the crack of dawn, I’ll be flying up north to spend a week with my brothers at our family cabin.  I’ll be flying from here to Dallas, and then on up to Milwaukee to rendezvous with my two younger brothers, Ken and Chip.  From the airport in […]