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The Overwhelming Flood

The Overwhelming Flood

Pastor Amy amplifies the voice of the Psalmist, who’s prayer is angry, depressed and anxious. While these aren’t emotions that we think we’re supposed to feel in church, God has no problem with them. In fact, that’s exactly where we can bring...
Worship. Doubt. Disciple.

Worship. Doubt. Disciple.

Pastor Amy remembers the words of Waziyatawin, who told our congregation: These words do violence.  The “Great Commission” in Matthew 28 is used to uphold the Doctrine of Discovery and has given white European colonizers a supposed reason to subdue and...
Palms and Protest

Palms and Protest

Hosanna! Save Us!  The cries carry Jesus from the donkey on the road into the temple, where he answers the call to save by with healing.  Children and youth are even now calling out “save us”.  How may we respond with Christ-like action of action for...
I Am From

I Am From

Pastor Amy looks at those first 18 verses of Matthew that we usually skip over to get to the narrative.  But that first list of begats tell a story of their own.  They tell the story of who Jesus came from, especially the significant and unusual women in his family...
No Justice, No Peace: Esther’s Courage

No Justice, No Peace: Esther’s Courage

Esther was more than just a vapid beauty queen.  When her people were in danger she put her life on her line and used her power and privilege to accomplish justice.  Esther’s risk can teach us something about when and how we can examine our privilege and risk...
Bathsheba’s #MeToo

Bathsheba’s #MeToo

Every woman has a story in which her body was in some way violated by a man.  In which her consent was not sought.  For Bathsheba her #MeToo moment changed the entire direction of her life.  When David summoned and assaulted her she had no recourse.  While...