Sermons from Lyndale
1 Corinthians 11:17-26, 33-34 Listen here: The other night, I found my almost two year old daughter playing with some of her animal toys. She is an explosion of words these days, so I could hear her chatting with them before I could see them. “Having food and drink!”...
Especially in these times when the voices of hatred and fear seem so loud, it is all
the more necessary that we each claim our one wild and precious life. It is all the
more important that we incarnate that part of God that is only alive if we are.
Pastor Jim Bear Jacobs preaches on the journey of reparations to Native people that is required of the white church if it is to offer the kind of worship that comes with reconciliation.