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“Chasing the Wild Goose”; Paula Northwood, July 30, 2017

In Celtic Christianity, the Holy Spirit is represented not by the peaceful dove of most Christians, but by the wild goose—untamed, uncontrollable, always on the move and often unsettling. Paula preached on July 30 about being chosen by this loving … Continue reading

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“Merciful Moms”; Carla J. Bailey, May 14, 2017

Carla explored the Re-imagining conference’s feminist images of God, the origins of Mother’s Day in peace activism and a novel about the old age of Mary, mother of Jesus. “If we are trying to make God in our image, male … Continue reading

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What Will You Worship?

“Worshipping a God who is a mystery means we may never know who God is . . . [but] we’re not afraid to ask the hard questions,” Paula Northwood preached on May 1 to the confirmands—and all those in the pews. … Continue reading

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