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January 12, 2020
Dr. Scott Starbuck
As a new year is upon us, we once again have new opportunity to live through the baptism vision of Jesus Christ, instead of the “fake” visions we often accept for ourselves.
Isaiah 42:1-9
Matthew 3:13-17


January 5, 2020
Dr. Scott Starbuck
As a new year is upon us, we once again have a chance to live into the truth of Jesus Christ as much as we are supported, already, by Christ’s grace.
Jeremiah 31:7-14
John 1:1-18


December 29, 2019
Dr. Scott Starbuck
The Christ of Christmas was a refugee child. It was part of his incarnation and story to direct our eyes to heavenly eyes, to see not as the world sees. 
Isaiah 63:7-9
Matthew 2:13-23


December 22, 2019 - Fourth Sunday of Advent
Dr. Scott Starbuck
The image and likeness of God in each person will enable us to acknowledge one another as sacred gifts endowed with immense dignity. -Richard Rohr
Isaiah 7:10-16
Matthew 1:18-25


December 15, 2019 - Third Sunday of Advent
Dr. Scott Starbuck
Joy adapts and changes, but it always endures, even as a flicker of light born of our personal certainty that, when everything is said and done, we are infinitely loved.  –Richard Rohr
Isaiah 35:1-10
Matthew 11:2-11


December 8, 2019 - Second Sunday of Advent
Dr. Scott Starbuck
True love is given to mirror and manifest God on earth, and not for self-realization and personal happiness. With the acceptance of those terms, the path comes into being. —Cynthia Bourgeault
Isaiah 11:1-10
Romans 15:4-13 


December 1, 2019 - First Sunday of Advent
Dr. Scott Starbuck
Hope springs from the manure of an always-mixed reality. Perfectionism only makes us resentful and judgmental. (adapted) -Richard Rohr
Isaiah 2:1-5
Romans 13:11-14