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CHRIST THE KING – November 25, 2018

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John 18:33-37 On the ecclesiastical calendar, today is Christ the King Sunday. It is the last Sunday of the liturgical year. The liturgical year is, of course, different from the secular calendar year. The liturgical year begins with Advent, the time we set aside for reflection about the coming of Christ. Advent is followed by […]

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Widow’s Mite – November 11, 2018

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Mark 12: 38-44 As we begin our stewardship campaign today, the lectionary text assigned for this Sunday is about a widow and her gift. How appropriate it is! When we planned our ministries at the Church Council meeting in September, no one knew about the text for today. Is it coincidence? Or, is it providence? […]

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“We Are Called to Be A Saint” – November 4, 2018

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Revelation 7:9-17; Matt. 5:1-12 I was a teacher at Ewha Girls’ High School before I came to study at Drew Theological School in 1989. Ewha was established by Mary Scranton who was among the first missionaries to Korea over 130 years ago. One day, I asked my students about how they thought of the Kingdom […]