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Don’t Be Afraid

OUR FEARFUL WORLDLast week we talked about how the world seems to have become divided. And that concerns me and still does. But we also discovered that Jesus breaks down

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Being One in Christ

A DIVIDED SOCIETY Like many of you, I was raised in an era where we were taught to treat everyone with a measure of respect and dignity. The colour of

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Lining Up Our Lives

THE PLUMB LINE We don’t often read from the prophet Amos. It’s a little book, one of the twelve Minor Prophets that appear right at the end of the Old

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Trusting God to Provide

GETTING BACK Here we are in Step 2 of Ontario’s reopening plan. And we were able to do it ahead of time. This is beginning to signal to me that

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Encouraging Generosity

SHARING Today’s reading is from 2 Corinthians 8. In this passage Paul addresses a real issue in the church. I want to take a few minutes to describe the context

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Do Not Lose Heart

THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE UCC I want to focus this morning on two events. One of this is coming up in just a few days. It’s actually the anniversary of

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When We are Adopted by God

THE FLESH AND THE SPIRIT In today’s reading from the book of Romans, Paul contrasts two different ways of being in the world. We can live by the flesh or

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Nine O’clock in the Morning

THE HOLY SPIRIT We tend to be afraid of those things that we don’t understand. And because we are afraid of them, we may tend to react to them. Sometimes

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JESUS’ PRAYER This morning, we are reading from John 17:6-19. It’s a prayer of Jesus to God the Father. All of John 17, in fact, is a prayer that is

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From Servants to Friends

FRIENDSHIP What does it mean to be a friend? It depends on the definition because we use the term rather loosely in our society today. Everyone wants to everyone else’s

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Bearing Good Fruit

FRUIT I grew up in the fruit belt of the Niagara Peninsula. From a very young age – like ten years old – I spent my summers working in orchards.

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