Sermon: Greater than Our Difference

“Greater Than Our Difference”

(October 3, 2010) We’ve heard a lot about religion in the news these past few weeks, and it hasn’t been good. So often it seems that faith is used as something by which to categorize people, place us in our own separate echo chambers. Too often, religion is a force that pulls people apart. But Paul speaks of his faith as a precious gift, something that draws people together and lifts them up. (2 Timothy 1:1-14)

I’m noticing a little extra sibilance in these recent recordings, and I’m not sure why that is. I have not developed a lisp. I’m also using Garage Band rather than Audacity to edit the recording, so let me know if there are glitches. Thanks for your patience!

 

Becca Clark

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