Christ the King : What does that look like?

He’s not the “King” they were expecting, and the image that we have of Jesus even today is likely very different from his actual physical appearance. Our depictions of Jesus say a lot more about us than they do about him, and that’s worth exploring as we come to the...

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Does Size Matter?

We are wired to seek validation, we love to feel significant and we seek recognition and attention in order to trust that our work and our lives matter. So how do we measure value, impact or success? Jesus reminds us that even the enormous stones of the temple will become...

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Let’s talk politics for a minute

Our culture talks a lot about separating “Church” and “State”. But we also have elected officials who frequently make claims to be doing God’s work, and then lead us in a direction that looks anything but Christ-like. Let’s rewind 2,000 years. Jesus was a political activist. He also encouraged us...

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Why we created Halloween (oh, and “the Devil”)

All Hallows Eve, Trick-Or-Treating, and “the Devil”. What are they, and why did we make them up? I know what you’re thinking, “is this seriously a podcast of a Minister talking about Satan not being, real?”. Well, yes. Yes it is. And we talk about lots of other fascinating stuff,...

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Noah’s Ark Pt 2 – Robin develops a midrash

We all know the story from Sunday school, but what really happened inside the Ark? Why didn’t the animals devour each other? Rev. Robin King explores a midrash (a story about a story) that goes deeper into the decks of Noah’s Ark and offers some truth and wisdom for humanity,...

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Is this the church Jesus wanted us to build?

Jesus told his disciples (and us) that “I have come to serve, not to be served”. So what does Jesus think of the church structures (physical and institutional) that we’ve built in His name over the last 2,018 years? Like the Noah’s Ark story, the life and death of Jesus...

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Adopting a Be-Attitude of Gratitude

Jesus didn’t tell people to be grateful, not even during harvest season. He simply exuded gratitude in his daily living, teaching us to be thankful for the many simple blessings in our lives through connecting with others, with the Earth, and with our own breath and spirit.

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