Monthly Archives: January 2011

Series A — 2nd Sunday After Epiphany

Gospel reading: John 1:29-42 What is the measure of success? In the world, that can be seen in terms of money, power, influence, and the list goes on. Sometimes we in the Church get caught up in the same kind … Continue reading

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Series A — Baptism of Jesus

It doesn’t take much to be confused. Just when we think we get it, something throws us off track. Take a look at many of the items made today that we buy in the U.S. Most of them say “Made … Continue reading

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Epiphany Season

Epiphany season is like Advent, often forgotten and overlooked, especially since it is sandwiched between Christmas and Lent. This year it might be good to look at the Epiphany season, because it is the longest that it will ever be. … Continue reading

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