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From a Fig Tree to Heavenly Visions

"Part of Jesus' invitation to follow him is to discover and practice our own inner spiritual life which, as with Samuel and Nathaniel, will leave us into more fully and deeply listening, seeing, and loving."

 — Rev. Dr. Anne Miner-Pearson (January 14, 2018)   Read   Listen

The Light in Our Darkest Place

 — Rev. Dr. Anne Miner-Pearson (December 25, 2017)   Read

The Revolution of Tenderness

"It's Christmas Eve. And now could be the moment when we fall apart, or we become whole."

 — Rev. Devon Anderson December 24, 2017)   Read   Listen

More Than a Day's Wages

                "John’s message on the banks of the Jordan remind us that experiencing God is more than outer rituals and actions.  Jesus comes to change us from deep within."

 —Rev. Dr. Anne Miner-Pearson (December 10, 2017)   Read  Listen 

 

  

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First Sunday of Advent 2017

"My soft addiction is being busy. And like any addiction, filling my time with projects and commitments deludes me into thinking an overstuffed calendar can somehow fill the places inside me that are bereft or empty -- but it doesn’t, really."
— Rev. Devon Anderson (December 3, 2017)

Post-Election Apocalypse: What Do We Do Now?

"It may be that when we no longer know what to do, we have come to our real work."
— Rev. Devon Anderson (November 13, 2016)

On the Anniversary of 9-11

"What were the spiritual aftershocks of 9-11? What did we learn about God and the many faces of God on that day?" 
— Rev. Devon Anderson (September 11, 2016)

Riots are the Language of the Unheard

"What are we to do about racial injustice and riots in Baltimore in light of the Gospel? "
— Rev. Devon Anderson (May 3, 2015)

God Waits Patiently on the Other Side of Our Fear

"The Parable of the Five Talents is not a lesson about stewardship or using our gifts wisely. It is a commentary on fear. And fear, as Jesus knew so well, is life's only true opponent."
— Rev. Devon Anderson (Nov 16, 2014)

Reclaiming Jesus' Love Language

"Contrary to what we might think, 'No one comes to the Father except through me' may just be the single most loving, inclusive, visionary statement Jesus ever made."
Rev. Devon Anderson (May 23, 2014)

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