“Honestly, I’m Languishing”

St. Philip Lutheran Church18 July 2021 + Lectionary 16B (Pent. 8)Mark 6.30-34, 53-56Rev. Josh Evans, preaching How are you? “I’m doing fine.” “I’m good.” Or for the grammatically astute among us: “I’m well.” But imagine if we answered: “Honestly, I’m languishing.” Languishing. It’s the “blah” feeling that psychologist Adam Grant suggests many of us might …

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A Sermon About Rest for the Weary, with #KellyOnMyMind

Sermon for ML 403 Preaching Lab Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago 6 October 2015 Matthew 11.16-19, 25-30 (Pentecost 5A) Amazing grace, how sweet the sound That saved a wretch like me. I once was lost, but now am found; Was blind, but now I see. You know the words. And you could probably sing …

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