Lia Claire Scholl

Rogue Reverend

Tag: sermon

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 […]

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 […]

26 November, 2014

My Brother’s Keeper

Based on Genesis 4 You’ve probably heard this story before. An old grandfather said to his grandson, who came to him with anger at a friend who had done him an injustice, “Let me tell you a story…” “I, too, at times have felt a great hate for those that have taken so much, with […]

13 April, 2014

Palm Sunday Expectation: a sermon

A sermon based on Luke 22. Carly Simon sings a song about anticipation. The song starts like this: We can never know about the days to come But we think about them anyway And I wonder if I’m really with you now Or just chasing after some finer day. and it ends like this: And […]

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