Sermon for 08/29/2021 – “To Whom Can We Go?”

John 6:56-69 In the series, “Everlasting life: Now and Forever By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter When I was in seminary at Duke, there was one day that the building was all a buzz about an article published in the school newspaper. The headline read something to the effect that Christians are Cannibals and the article

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Sermon for 08/08/2021 – “Miracles of Abundance”

John 6:1-21 In the series “Everlasting Life: Now and Forever” By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter Have you ever had someone tell you a story that you had an inkling was a fish story?  Maybe you even heard a person tell the story multiple times and the fish keeps getting larger and larger and larger.  Seems

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Sermon on Racism

By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter For the “Worship Protest: Inspiration in Action,” Saturday, July 11, 2020 It is an honor and blessing to be with you today. I give God thanks for Jasmine and the many people who made this Worship Protest possible. I love it when the Body of Christ comes together in witness

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Sermon for 03/15/2020 – “Well, Actually …”

In the series: “Heart-to-Heart Talks” John 4:4-42 By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter We have come to week three of Lent and our series Heart-to-Heart Talks. The last two weeks we have seen Jesus in two very different situations: an encounter with Satan and a heart to heart conversation with Nicodemus. We have contemplated temptation and

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Sermon for 09/23/2018 – “Advocacy”

Perspectives on Poverty: Advocacy Deuteronomy 15:7-11; 1 John 3:16-18 By Rev. Becky Schofield Motter Does anyone know the name Horace Mann? He was an advocate who has had an impact on every one of our lives. In the 1800s, he lived in Massachusetts and led the common-school movement, which advocated for local property taxes to

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