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Gregory Cuéllar asks "why should we care?" and answers with some principles from Psalm 23 why and how we should concern ourselves with the well-being of others.

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Calm your fear so that you may bear witness. The Scripture reading was Luke 24:36b-48.

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David Johnson preaches on doubt on the Tuesday after Easter. The Scripture reading was 1 John 1:1- 2:2.

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Tim Lincoln preaches on resurrection on the Tuesday after Easter Sunday. The Scripture reading was Mark 16:1-8.

Dealing gently with (our) humanity
In this Lenten Sermon, Andrew Zirschky encourages us to embrace and learn through our human weakness. The Scripture readings were Psalm 22:1-11 and Hebrews 5:5-10.

Revival
Cindy Rigby preaches on the God's law in this Lenten Sermon. The Scripture reading was Psalm 19 and Exodus 20.

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Suzie Park calls on us to be like and appreciate the unsung "Sarahs" who exemplify God's faithfulness. The Scripture reading was Genesis 17:1-7, 15-16.

A Time Fulfilled
Bridgett Green preaches on the promise of God's kingdom amidst the injustice and oppression in Jesus' time and our own in this Lenten Sermon. The Scripture readings were Psalm 25:1-2a, 4-5 and Mark 1:9-15.

A Gift in the Wilderness
Ted Wadlaw draws on the wilderness story in Exodus to remind us to keep our eyes open to God's providence in this opening worship sermon for the spring 2021 semester. The Scripture reading was Exodus 16:2-15.

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In this first Advent sermon of 2020, Phil Helsel discusses how attending to our physical needs can help lift our spirits. The Scripture reading was Psalm 80:4-19.
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