Sermons by Rev. Laura Berg

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December 25 – Giving God Elbow Room

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Sermon: Giving God Elbow Room At the heart of Christianity is Divine Love who is incarnational. The gift of God’s Spirit in Christ is the same gift in us today. If we proclaim “God is with us” then wherever we find ourselves, and whatever we find ourselves in, is where God chooses to reside. If […]

July 3, 2016 – Christ’s Open Invitation: R.S.V.P. in Love

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Communion Sermon: Christ’s Open Invitation: R.S.V.P. in Love In Luke’s gospel, Jesus’ mission to proclaim good news to the poor is realized in the restoration of relationships with God and a new community by the power of God’s unconditional love and grace. Jesus’ message of forgiveness, as understood by Luke, offers a new and radical […]

April 3: “Their Eyes Were Opened”

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“Their Eyes Were Opened”: Christ Made Known through Word and Table Fellowship Like these two disciples, we come together in our brokenness before God, listen to God’s word, and recognize Jesus our Savior in the breaking of the bread. Will not our hearts burn within us? Scripture: Luke 24:13-35

Surprised by Hope and the Unexpected

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Rev. Laura Berg SCRIPTURE: Luke 2:22-40 Waiting patiently and expectantly for God’s plan to redeem Israel, Simeon and Anna, mature and steadfast in their faith, are inspired by the Spirit to bear witness to the One whose saving grace would extend far beyond their expectations. What are we waiting for? How shall we seek Him?