Isaac talks Ecclesiastes and that awkward moment between birth and death.
John digs in to his experience of wisom rooted in his experience in Uganda
Fresh off paternity leave Adam talks about Parental Wisdom as illustrated in Proverbs 31.
Our wonderful friend Rev. Julia Nielsen is shared with us how the ancient text has a lot to say about a wisdom that is for all people.
Rev. Andy Goebel was with us and encouraged us to continue to seek wisdom by disciplining ourselves to become people of integrity.
Founding community member and chaplain Jana Dluehosh shares with us about her experience looking for and leaning into wisdom.
"... healing for your navel and moisture for your bones..."
Rev Adam mentioned Oddisee and specifically his song That's Love at the end of his sermon. Here's a great performance of the song from NPR.
“Wisdom cries out in the street; in the squares she raises her voice.” - Proverbs 1:20
Who are we and where are we going? And what's the plan? This week we close out our "Believe" series. Spoiler alert: the plan is inclusive, holistic, real love
"The Holy Spirit is an extension of what Jesus was trying to tell us and teach us, how to be fully human. How to live life, and live it to the fullest capacity possible.
But how easily do we become distracted. How easily do we find ourselves to be the center of the universe, the most important thing in your day."
The same waters include babies, adults, Ethiopian eunuchs and even Jesus. What do we believe?
What does it mean to receive blessing? God has a dream that it's always for the good of the world.
Do you believe in miracles? We do. Lean in
A realm without borders or papers where everyone is a person equally imprinted with the Divine and a role to play.
Editors Note: Sorry for the audio quality, but the topic at hand is so important we decided it was worth sharing.
The Bible is not a book at all - it's actually a library of poems, songs, letters, fragments, history and wild political visions collected over 1500+ years. So how do we read a library? With faith.
On a weekend with Earth Day and Pro-Science marches, we gather to hear God's passionate plea for us to care for the earth.
Easter is Resurrection Sunday - where we celebrate that love overcomes hate, that life overcomes death. It's a mystery, a promise, and a sign we look for in the real world of life.
We celebrate communion every Sunday as food for the journey, anchoring us in the whole Jesus story - open, active & inclusive.
We are working out our salvation together.
Rev. Amy Piatt talks about the history and current beliefs on salvation - from Luther to Bonhoeffer to Portland, OR in 2017.