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Where are You Going? - SERMON

I've heard more than one Christian ask if folks know where they are going after they die. Thomas wanted to know where Jesus was going after he was already dead . . . and resurrected. I think that's a more interesting question, along with what it has to do with us. Read the sermon here.See More
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The Antidote to Anxiety - SERMON

As we fuss over whether we've made the right decisions about what we can control, worry about the stuff we can't control, and wish things weren't the way they are because we DON'T LIKE IT, we enter the very unholy state of anxiety. What should we do about that? Read the sermon here.See More
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The Strength of Those Who Believe, the Hope of Those Who Doubt

Those of us living in the midst of this new reality of a pandemic have a lot in common with the life of Thomas the Twin during the week between Easter Sunday and before he finally saw the risen Christ. We might even make St. Thomas Didymus the patron saint of COVID-19. Read the sermon here.See More
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The Easteriest Easter We Have Ever Eastered - SERMON

One person remarked that this year, "Lent was the lentiest Lent I have ever lented." What will it take for the events and realities of a pandemic to make this the "easteriest Easter we have ever eastered?" Read the sermon…See More
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We've Got This! - SERMON

Plagues have stalked humanity for thousands of years. Long before they had beautiful buildings and tons of resources, Christians knew what to do during a plague: bear fruit by loving each other as Jesus love us. That means caring, sharing, living and loving in a way that gives the whole community wholeness, holiness and health, bringing good morale to all. Easy? No. But real clear.Read the sermon…See More
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This is Our Destiny - SERMON

During the Great Weirdness which is the COVID-19 pandemic, there is so much fear, despair, and selfishness. Are these our destiny? It sure looked that way on Good Friday, didn't it? But our destiny is not Good Friday, it is Life - life to the fullest, which is Love. And, and who is God but Love? Read the sermon here.See More
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Faith Means Action - SERMON

The difference in the world between Ash Wednesday and Lent 3 is almost surreal. The rules haven't changed for Christians, though. Faith means action, even when there's a pandemic. Read the sermon here.See More
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Where are You Going? - SERMON

I've heard more than one Christian ask if folks know where they are going after they die. Thomas wanted to know where Jesus was going after he was already dead . . . and resurrected. I think that's a more interesting question, along with what it has to do with us. Read the sermon here.

Posted on May 10, 2020 at 7:30pm

The Antidote to Anxiety - SERMON

As we fuss over whether we've made the right decisions about what we can control, worry about the stuff we can't control, and wish things weren't the way they are because we DON'T LIKE IT, we enter the very unholy state of anxiety. What should we do about that? Read the sermon here.

Posted on May 3, 2020 at 5:47pm

The Strength of Those Who Believe, the Hope of Those Who Doubt

Those of us living in the midst of this new reality of a pandemic have a lot in common with the life of Thomas the Twin during the week between Easter Sunday and before he finally saw the risen Christ. We might even make St. Thomas Didymus the patron saint of COVID-19. Read the sermon here.

Posted on April 26, 2020 at 1:53pm

The Easteriest Easter We Have Ever Eastered - SERMON

One person remarked that this year, "Lent was the lentiest Lent I have ever lented." What will it take for the events and realities of a pandemic to make this the "easteriest Easter we have ever eastered?" Read the sermon…

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Posted on April 12, 2020 at 7:00pm

We've Got This! - SERMON

Plagues have stalked humanity for thousands of years. Long before they had beautiful buildings and tons of resources, Christians knew what to do during a plague: bear fruit by loving each other as Jesus love us. That means caring, sharing, living and loving in a way that gives the whole community wholeness, holiness and health, bringing good morale to all. Easy? No. But real clear.

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Posted on March 29, 2020 at 4:00pm

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At 3:51pm on May 16, 2011, DAKE SPILKER said…

HI BECKY,  I'VE BEEN SEARCHING FOR A PASTOR WHO CAN HOLD MY ATTENTION AND MAKE ME LEAVE CHURCH FEELING GOOD LIKE YOU ALWAYS DID.  YOU ARE A TOUGH ACT TO FOLLOW.  I'M GOING TO ZION LUTHERAN NOW.   MY WIFE HAD HER KIDNEY TRANSPLANT SUCCESSFULLY, BUT I LOST HER TO SCLC A FEW MONTHS AGO.  ROUGH TIMES , BUT I KNOW THEY WILL GET BETTER AND I WILL SEE HER AGAIN.  I'M SURE THEY MUST MISS YOU AT LOG. 

     I WILL BE READING YOUR TALKS HERE AND I KNOW I WILL ENJOY THEM..     YOUR FRIEND,     DAKE

At 10:35am on April 29, 2009, Stacey Boggs said…
Hey there, Becky. If you are ever in need of some delicious fresh coffee, let me know. We will ship it to you free of charge.

Would you like some coffee to take with you? I've been going back and forth on whether or not to give you some coffee to take with you. I'm sure you're using every spare space for things you'll need on your sabbatical. Be sure to let me know if you would like some fresh ground sumatra mandheling with which to start out your journey.
At 1:21pm on April 8, 2009, Becky said…
This is on a social web site called NING. They have templates, but I fussed around and created my own way of doing things, including the picture, some of the font alignments, that kind of thing. It's a good way of dipping one's toe in the web page waters.
At 12:40pm on April 8, 2009, Lorna said…
Thank you. Is this another Facebook application or something you created? If you created this - wow.
 
 
 

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