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“Dearly Beloved”

6th Sunday of Easter

Acts 11:1-18

“The New Way”

5th Sunday of Easter

John 13:33-35

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“The Lamb, The Shepherd”

Campus Ministry Sunday

4th Sunday of Easter

Psalm 23

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“Being Led Where You Don’t Want to Go”

3rd Sunday of Easter

John 21:15-19

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“In the Midst”

2nd Sunday of Easter

John 20:19-23

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“The Things We Can’t Believe”

Easter Sunday

Luke 24:1-11

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“Into Your Hands”

Palm/Passion Sunday

Philippians 2:5-11

Luke 22:7-23:49

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“Disciplines of the Spirit: Reconciliation”

5th Sunday in Lent

Luke 19:41-42

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“Disciplines of the Spirit: Prayer”

4th Sunday in Lent

1 Thessalonians 5:15-19; Matthew 7:7-8

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“Disciplines of the Spirit: In Suffering”

3rd Sunday in Lent

Luke 22:39-46

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“Disciplines of the Spirit: Growth in Wisdom and Stature”

2nd Sunday in Lent

Luke 2:41-52

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“Disciplines of the Spirit: Commitment”

1st Sunday in Lent

Psalm 27

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On Wednesday night, Paul and I gathered in this space with many of you, to begin this holy season. We stood at the front of these two aisles, and people silently made their way forward and presented themselves to us. Beautiful, quiet faces, expectant eyes, you looked up at us, as we dug our fingers into ash, and marked your foreheads with crosses, and said to each of you, “Remember that you are dust. And to dust you shall return.” And some of you said thank you.

It is an intimate and tender thing, to stand facing each other and saying such things. And to me, it is one of the holiest and more profound moments of the Christian year, when we gather together to remind ourselves and each other that we’re all going to die. It is a hard and simple truth, and we come together to get honest about it. And as painful as it is, it can also be very clarifying, very liberating, and very illuminating, because that hard truth shines with a greater and beautiful truth – that all our times are in God’s hands, that our lives and our deaths are held by unseen hands of love, and that not even the grave separates us from such love as this. That, in fact, that love comes to find us in our sin, in our darkness, in our failure, and in our death, and lifts us into wholeness, and into grace. Read the whole story…

“Solved by Walking”

Transfiguration Sunday

Amos 3:3

Stacey Simpson Duke and members of the La Danta Mission Team

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“On the Other Side of the Border”

4th Sunday after the Epiphany

Luke 4:21-30

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“When the Scroll Came to Life”

3rd Sunday after the Epiphany

Luke 4:14-21

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