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    C. David Mckirachan
    "Hook and Line" by C. David McKirachan
    "When?" by C. David McKirachan

    Hook and Line
    by C. David McKirachan
    Mark 1:14-20

    I went fishing with my father as a child. The scene those words probably paint in your head is not the way it was. He went with others when...
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    Arley K. Fadness
    “And Jesus said to them, 'Follow me and I will make you fish for people.'” (v. 17)

    Good morning boys and girls,

    So fun to see you today. How are you? If you were a smiley face what would you look like? Would you be sunny smiley or sad sack or sort of in between? (kids respond) I am a smiley face today because you are here and I have a good news...
  • The Immediate Word

    Mary Austin
    Dean Feldmeyer
    Ron Love
    George Reed
    Christopher Keating
    In the stories of Jonah proclaiming God’s judgment to the Ninevites and Jesus calling fishermen to be his disciples, the lectionary provides us this week with two stories of God sending a simple, pointed message -- and against what might seem to be common sense, the targets for those messages actually responding to them. After all, Nineveh was a big enough city that its residents likely did not...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Bonnie Bates
    Bill Thomas
    Ron Love
    Mark Ellingsen
    Bob Ove
    Frank Ramirez
    Jonah 3:1-5, 10
    When we remember Jonah, we remember the whale -- or the big fish, as scripture says. We remember Jonah’s attempt to run away from the calling of God on his life. It’s not without calamity, this running away from what God is calling Jonah to do. In this reading we find Jonah proclaiming the upcoming destruction of Nineveh because they have failed to turn...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Frank Ramirez
    Jonah later claimed that the reason he fled after the command of God to condemn Nineveh was he knew all along God is merciful and would forgive their sins. Is that true? How could Jonah know in advance that the Destroyer of Nations who built pillars to commemorate their atrocities would don sackcloth and ashes and repent? The rules just changed.

    Although Paul’s directions are confusing...
  • The Village Shepherd

    Janice B. Scott
    Some prisons have recently introduced a scheme whereby very dangerous prisoners who pose a high security risk earn spending power through playing sport or helping with cleaning. Thus these prisoners may be paid for playing Scrabble. This has produced something of an outcry amongst some sections of the general population. They find it outrageous that men who have committed horrendous crimes such...
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    Mark Ellingsen
    Theme of the Day
    Now is the time!

    Collect of the Day
    Acknowledging our call by grace, we pray for the Spirit to strengthen us to make us worthy of our call. Stress on grace and Sanctification again.

    Psalm of the Day
    Psalm 62:5-12
    * Psalm attributed to David which refers to God as Elohim. Expression of confidence in God's...

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