Lia Claire Scholl

Rogue Reverend

Tag: money

13 October, 2009

If I Were the Architect of the Church. A sermon.

This sermon was inspired by a spoken word poem at Ted.com, called Rives Controls the Internet. The sermon, which was done at a rapid pace like spoken word, was followed by communion where the communicants took the phrase, “If I were the architect of the Church” and said how they would make it theirs. If […]

29 June, 2009

Too Much or Too Little?

2 Corinthians 8:7-15 It’s been an eventful week in the news. Revolution in Iran. The Metro crash in DC. A North Korean ship with a warhead in the Pacific Ocean, headed toward Hawaii. South Carolina’s Governor Sanford having an affair and running off to Argentina. Ed McMahon dead. Farrah Faucett dead. Michael Jackson dead. As […]

25 March, 2009

What Does Money Mean?

The worst part about the new economy: if money determines our worth, then we’re all in trouble! I love this post from Chelsea G. Summers at pretty dumb things. And, by the way, if you’re not reading her blog, you really should. She rocks. Chelsea writes: Reviewing my past week, my feelings of wafer-thin vulnerability, […]

14 January, 2009

Anam Cara

I decided today to get the website active, whether or not it’s ready. Why? Because I miss blogging. Many interesting (to me, at least) strands in the tapestry of my life have been threaded this week, and I just need somewhere to say it. First, on the job front. I’m still wondering what’s next for […]

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