Monthly Archives: July 2014

One hundred, 25, 10: worship in context

Texts: 1 Kings 3:5-12 (King Solomon asks for wisdom); Matthew 13:31-52 (parables of the kingdom) World War One changed everything. 100 years ago tomorrow, on July 28, 1914, Austro-Hungary declared war on Serbia. This was followed by the outbreak of … Continue reading

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Nicaragua 25 years later

What follows is the first sermon I ever wrote and preached¬† —¬†at Kingston Road United Church in east Toronto on July 18, 2004. I am publishing it here because it is now 35 years since the Sandinista triumph on July … Continue reading

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