Sermons

Breathing Room; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 10, 2018

Some of you know that my family recently placed a “Little Free Library” outside our home.  Weekly, I check on the books and tidy up, as needed.  Monthly, I try to rotate the books, clearing out old titles and inserting new ones.  This past weekend, I found a book in there that was basically a… [Read More]

Infinite Illusions; Rev. Dee Ledger, September 2, 2018

What makes you weep? For some of us, the beauty of a moment, a needed embrace, or the love of a child can make us weep.  For some of us, hard experience can make us weep.  We know what it is like to fall flat on our face and have to pull ourselves up, aching… [Read More]

Dwelling Place; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 26, 2018

Having grown up as the daughter of a postmaster, I have been always intrigued by the mail.  I grew up reading stories about the Pony Express, about kings and queens placing their seal on royal documents and sending them by courier, and about letters sent home during wartime.  In seminary, I learned about the power… [Read More]

It’s About Time; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 19, 2018

My boys are learning about time.  What the big hand means.  What the little hand means.  How to read the digital display on the stove and in the car.  How many minutes make an hour, how many hours to a day, and so forth.  Yesterday, a Saturday morning, mind you, my already-dressed son pounced on… [Read More]

Soul Matters; Rev. Dee Ledger, August 12, 2018

Friends, is it well with your soul?  How is it going with your soul?  I know that this may seem an unusual question.  Perhaps not so unusual for a minister to ask his or her congregation, but certainly it is not common parlance between casual or even intimate friends.  But since so many of our… [Read More]

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