image from weather.com for Albany
Ok, its 55-60 degrees up here in Albany NY, and after -10/15 windchills, we are enjoying are heatwave up here. That means lots of time out and about, after weeks of hibernating, and getting some energy out. Unfortunately, this means there are still sermons to be written! (Plus there’s the extra pressure of Martine Luther King Jr day in the US…should you choose to accept it)
If you are looking at John 1:43-51, you can check out Rev. Erin Counihan’s prayer. As you are waiting to see, its a good reminder to read Rev. Rachel G. Hackenberg’s RCL post about the rarity of the word of God, especially in regards to Samuel. If you are contemplating miracles at Cana, check out Rev. Lia Scholl’s Narrative post.
Whether you are contemplating world peace or the minutia of ministry, tell us about where God is leading you in worship this week, we’d love to hear from you.
Katy Stenta is a solo pastor at a tiny church that is bigger on the inside in Albany, NY for over seven years. When she is not dreaming up projects and ideas, some of which creep into the church. She blogs at katyandtheword.wordpress.com She plays with her three boys-boys or goes and visits her husband at the library, while he works, to read.
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