So, fellow RevGals and Pals, how’s your sermon? If you’re following the RCL, there are rich images in just about every text. The Lectionary Leanings post from this week is here if you still need inspiration.
Are you considering what it meant for Peter to step away from helping to row the boat in order to walk on water? Are you feeling, along with Elijah, like you’re the only adult in the room? Wherever your sermon is headed, here is a spot to share what you’re thinking, what you’re writing, and what you’re wondering.
Obviously we need nourishment for all of that pondering. I just got a grocery delivery this afternoon, so I have a very precious carton of Cherry Garcia to share.
Photo credit: Bill Stephens (image used with permission). This image and other examples of his work are available for purchase at fineartamerica.com and other image websites.
Barbara Bruneau is a retired Lutheran pastor, living in southeastern Minnesota. She is a knitter, a weaver, and a very occasional blogger at An Explosion of Texture and Color.
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