Humble and Stubborn

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-j2ybb-1239476

Series: Storyteller #6

29 May 2022 – Memorial weekend

Luke 18:1-14

A stubborn widow hassles a corrupt judge for justice, an arrogant religious person tells God how awesome he himself is, and an immoral, unjust tax collector gets humble before God. Somehow all of this is connected to the Good News…and the crazy things that have been happening in the world lately.

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Scripture Reading: Rev Barbara Jernigan

Message in a Basket: Rev Barbara Jernigan

Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)

What Does This Cost?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-q9x98-1236b97

Series: Storyteller #5

22 May 2022

Luke 14:25-33

Do I have what it takes to be a disciple? What if the point is that I don’t?

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Scripture Reading: Mark Bertrand

Message in a Basket: Rev Barbara Jernigan

Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)

Responsible or Foolish?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-tc6ib-1227f24

Series: Storyteller #4

15 May 2022

Luke 12:13-35

Rich bank account or rich soul?

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Scripture Reading: Kathleen Youngs

Message in a Basket: Kathleen Youngs

Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)

Mother Hen

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-zhna3-121faeb

Series: Storyteller #3

Mother’s Day – May 2022

Luke 13:31-35

Is this really a parable? And what does “mother-love” have to do with either Jesus or salvation?

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Scripture Reading: Paul Layte

Message in a Basket: Rev. Barbara Jernigan

Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)

Who’s My Neighbor?

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-rsd5f-1215435

Series: Storyteller #2

1 May 2022

Luke 10:25-37

Pastor Jenn was sick this weekend. So Barb preached two Messages from her Basket, and Pastor Jenn recorded her sermon from home. This communion Sunday recording is therefore longer than usual, but such good stuff–we hope you’ll listen to all of it!

Today we looked, with Jesus, at the questions, “What must I do to inherit eternal life?” and “Who’s my neighbor?” (Turns out they’re related.) We discover that parables work because we’re usually all the characters, one way or another. And also, Jesus Himself is hiding somewhere in them, too.

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Scripture Reading: Tom Jernigan

Message in a Basket x 2: Rev. Barbara Jernigan

Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)

The Storyteller

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-586f5-1214e87

Series: Storyteller #1

24 April 2022

Luke 1:1-4; Mark 4:33-34

Why do we tell stories? Why are there so many stories in the Bible? Why would Luke, trying to write an orderly account of the life of Jesus, bother to include so many of Jesus’ stories which were, in fact, fiction?

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Scripture Reading: Mark Bertrand

Message in a Basket: Paul Layte

Main Message: Pastor Jenn (Rev Jennifer A G Layte)