NextSunday Worship

Rimes McElveen

  • September 30, 2012

    “Turning Again”

    Lectionary Year B – Proper 21 (26)

    “Turning Again” James 5:13-20 The authorship of the Epistle of James has been questioned, debated, considered and researched for centuries. The two most likely authors are either James, the brother of Jesus who became the head of the church in Jerusalem; or James the disciple, the brother of John, and son of Zebedee. It certainly […]

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  • September 23, 2012

    “Draw Me Lord”

    Lectionary Year B – Proper 20 (25)

    “Draw Me Lord” Psalm 1 James 4:8a.  Consistency matters in life.  It does particularly for someone with my personality, an Enneagram 7, commonly known as the “Epicure,” “Dreamer,” or “Enthusiast.” Consistency is deeply needed and yet often in scarce supply as we “7’s” tend towards frequently embracing newer, bigger, and better opportunities, experiences, and relationships, […]

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  • September 16, 2012

    “Who do I say that I am?”

    Lectionary Year B – Proper 19 (24) - 16th Sunday after Pentecost

    It wouldn’t be a fall sermon series without at least one athletic analogy, typically it would be football of course, but due to the recent summer Olympic and Paralympic Games, I’ll explore a more global athletic vision. Today’s gospel lesson from Mark doesn’t disappoint in lending itself to incorporating one of the longest standing traditions […]

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  • September 9, 2012

    “Everyone is Someone’s Luke”

    Lectionary Year B - Proper 18 (23) – Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost

    Shortly after graduating from college I found myself living with two of my four roommates I had lived with my last two years of college. We were living and working in Greenville, SC in three very different fields. One was a computer programmer at a moderate sized company that provided software for robotics equipment in […]

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  • September 2, 2012

    “Just Give Me That Old Time Religion”

    Lectionary Year B - Proper 17 (22) – Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost

    Much to my sentimental scholastic chagrin, school seems to begin earlier and earlier in August with each passing year. In the case of school systems that are “year ’round” school is ongoing throughout much of the summer – and not just for those of us who may have been required at some point or another […]

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