Tag Archives: MIchael K. Marsh

The End of the World

Michael Marsh preached last Sunday about the end of the world, according to Jesus, and how at various times in our life we face an end to our world. Think about a day your world ended and you will recall … Continue reading

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God Planted In the Ordinary

I preached yesterday on the parables of the growing seed and the mustard seed (Mk 4.26-34) but didn’t write anything down other than a sketchy outline.  Nothing to post.  But I commend to you Michael Marsh’s sermon on the same … Continue reading

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‘Lent is an interior journey’

Michael Marsh on how Lent is more than simply giving up things: Self-denial is not the goal or object of our Lenten journey. God is. Self-denial does not gain for us God’s approval. God does not necessarily need or want … Continue reading

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Alternative Nativities

Michael K. Marsh, an Episcopal priest in Texas, reflects on alternative nativities in this Christmas Eve sermon: The image of sweet baby Jesus asleep on the hay has given way to a vision of God who is wide awake, present, … Continue reading

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