Posts filed under: Sermons

What is the shape of love? Love is shaped like a singularity, infinitely small, from which all of time and space was born in an expanding whirl of heat and light. Suddenly, there was hydrogen; suddenly, helium; protons fusing in...
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Sermon August 20, 2017 St. John’s Lutheran Church Melrose Park, PA Big Questions: How do we hold onto our beliefs as the world changes around us? How do we overcome our own unfaithfulness?   This is the last sermon in...
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Sermon August 13, 2017 “How does God know our thoughts if we are just a collection of biological impulses?” St. John’s Lutheran Church Melrose Park, PA   May the words of my mouth and the meditations of all our hearts...
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Sermon July 23, 2017 Big Questions Sermon Series: Last Judgment St. John’s Lutheran Church Melrose Park, PA   This summer, I’m preaching a series of sermons based on big questions about Christianity, faith, and life submitted by you, the people...
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Sermon July 9, 2017 Big Questions: Where do we go when we die (and how do we know)? St. John’s Lutheran Church Melrose Park, PA   Today we are jumping back into our sermon series on big questions submitted by...
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