It’s that time of the week again, the time when one really can’t procrastinate one’s sermon-writing much longer, can one? Revised Common Lectionary preachers might be resurrecting Tabitha/Dorcas, or otherwise exploring Good Shepherd texts. Narrative Lectionary preachers are traveling with Paul and Barnabas. Maybe you’ve come up with a post-Easter series, or (in the U.S.) want to say something about Mother’s Day, ever so cautiously.
My own sermon so far, features my no-longer-a-puppy schnauzer, Daisy. So here is a gratuitous photo of her, to cheer up your day. She’s pretty cute, when she’s not pestering me incessantly.
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Monica Thompson Smith is a Presbyterian Church (USA) minister, serving as stated supply pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Luling, TX. She is a contributor to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit.
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