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Posts Tagged 'Generations'

Sermon: The Pictures That Hang On the Wall

Read Emily’s latest sermon, “The Pictures That Hang On the Wall,” on her blog, Sit and Eat.  This is the last installment in our exploration of the stories of our ancestors in the Book of Genesis.  With surprise appearances from Laura, Tom, Amanda, and the Gentleman Caller, just to give you a little flashback to [...]

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Sermon: Narc

Read Emily’s latest sermon, “Narc,” on her Blog, Sit and Eat.  It’s about Joseph, the one with the fancy coat.  Covet, covet.

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Sermon: Continental Drift

Read Emily’s latest sermon, “Continental Drift,” on her blog, Sit and Eat.  It’s about being alone, about Jacob wrestling with the angel, and about, well, continents.  That drift.   It’s also a part of our “Generations” series, in which we’ve been exploring the stories of our ancestors in the book of Genesis.

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Sermon: Hagar Off the Map

Read Emily’s latest sermon, Hagar Off the Map, on her blog, Sit and Eat.  Preached on Sunday, June 24 as part of our exploration of the stories of our ancestors as found in the book of Genesis.  This one’s about Hagar and Sarah, about squares and circles, about poverty and oppression.

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Sermon: Sometimes We’re Pissed

Read Emily’s latest sermon, “Sometimes We’re Pissed,” on her blog, Sit and Eat.  This one’s on God calling Abram to get up and leave his homeland.  Also, to cut some animals in half.

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Generations Bibliography

This Summer at St. Lydia’s, we’re reading the stories of our ancestors found in the book of Genesis.  These “family stories” tell use something about who we are and where we came from.  If you’re interested in learning more about Genesis, the first five books of the bible (called the Pentateuch) or the Hebrew Bible [...]