Posted on May 16, 2021 by William Carl Thomas
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A sermon that links the pandemic with the in-between time from the Ascension to Pentecost with Grace like rain.
Tags: Apostle Peter, Ascension, blessing of God, chapel pranks, Election of Matthias, Episcopal, Grace, Grace like rain, helium balloons, holy spirit, Nashotah House, pandemic, Pentecost, sermon, share love, Tod Agnew
Posted on July 3, 2020 by William Carl Thomas
A sermon that places independence within what it means to be dependent and inter-dependent on God and one another.
Category: Liturgical Resources, Sermons
Tags: Apostle Paul, Beloved Community, Communion with Christ, coronavirus, day is night, Declaration of Independence, dependent, Episcopal, Fourth of July, give you rest, heaven on earth, heavy burdens, humility, independent, inter-dependent, learn from Jesus, masks, night is day, pandemic, rest for your souls, sermon, trust in God, weary, willingness, with God’s help, yoke
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