Forgiveness as an Act of Faith, preached by Winton Boyd on June 26, 2016

Forgiveness is the gift of mercy. Another writer, the mother of a murdered daughter, has said it is “giving up all hope for a better past.”

Touching our Own Truth – preached by Winton Boyd on June 19, 2016

Can we see possibility to ‘touch our own truth’ when life surprises or up-ends our world? Sarah in the Old Testament did.

A Commendable Faith, preached by Ken Pennings on May 29, 2016

What fascinates me most about today’s Scripture story is that it is all about the faith of a person who was neither a good Jew or a good Christian. He might not have been a religious person at all. Nevertheless Jesus commends his faith.

“One Jesus, Many Christs” – preached by Winton Boyd on May 22, 2016

I suspect that the power of the progressive church lies in our ability to reclaim the power and diversity of Jesus, our central expression of God’s face in the world…I suspect our ability to inspire the transformation of lives lies in our willingness to see many contemporary expressions of the Christ flowing from the one historical Jesus.

“Jesus from the Gut: Go to Hell!” preached by Winton Boyd on May 15, 2016

Jesus does, in fact, tell us to ‘go to hell.’