Lia Claire Scholl

Rogue Reverend

3 December, 2019

Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood

On the first Sunday of Advent, I started a new sermon series, based on the life and faith of Mister Rogers. Take a look, if you’d like:

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30 September, 2019

The Blessing: Liberation

A Sermon by Lia Scholl based on Exodus 1:8-14 and 3:1-15 In this morning’s text, we find the Hebrew people living in Egypt. Remember how they got there? Joseph, the favorite son of Jacob, in Canaan was thrown into a pit by his own brothers who were jealous of his fancy coat. Joseph was taken […]

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28 August, 2019

Nothing But Nothing

a sermon by Lia Scholl on 1 Kings 19. Y’all probably know the story of Elijah, but let me recap a bit. Elijah was a prophet. He had some amazing powers. Sometimes he could read the signs and see the future. He made a little jar of oil and flour feed a household for days. […]

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18 August, 2019

Moral Imagination

In the last couple of weeks, we’ve been talking about the Holy Spirit. We started with John 3:8, the Spirit blows where she will—and compared our lives to a kite, where we must be tethered to the ground, but not too tightly tethered, because we have to be able to be picked up by the […]

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12 August, 2019

Ten Fingers, Ten Toes

a sermon by Lia Scholl Last week we talked about John 3:8, and the Holy Spirit, and how she blows where she chooses, and you hear the sound of her, but you do not know where she comes from or where she goes. And I compared the Holy Spirit in our lives to the wind […]

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