Posts Tagged "God"


More Than Male Is Needed


Posted By on Jul 10, 2019

Masculine language for God can be limiting and unhelpful. The Feminine Divine brings balance and wholeness to the picture. Male only imagery for God is not enough Enjoy the video below or you can listen to the Podcast audio here:...

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Even Better Than Advertised


Posted By on Jun 26, 2019

Last week’s sermon was about the goodness of God and the hope of the gospel (good news) What if it is even better than we have ever been told? Enjoy the video or you can listen to the podcast audio here http://vermonthillsumc.org/podcast/even-better/ Email VHUMCpastor with any questions or comment...

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The Unknowness of God


Posted By on Jun 6, 2019

This Summer we are challenging assumptions during our gatherings at 10am Sundays. Here is a sermon about the ‘unknown’ aspects of God and religion. However much we know about God, there is infinitely more to know. Watch the video below¬† or listen to the audio podcast [link] Feel free to post comments and questions below or email...

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Poetics of Transition

Poetics of Transition


Posted By on Mar 14, 2019

I (Bo) had the pleasure of being on the Theopoetics Podcast to talk about my transition away from evangelicalism. I retired from evangelism early this year but have not really had the chance to debrief that with anyone. My friend Tim reached out to offer me the space to do that publicly. It was a wonderful experience and we covered a LOT of ground. The 1/4 was about the past but then we moved into the present and the future. We also...

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Amazing Grace


Posted By on Aug 27, 2018

Here is yesterday’s message. The working thesis is that grace and forgiveness have lost their shocking greatness because we have grown too comfortable with them. My hope is to remind everyone how scandalous grace is. So in this short sermon you are going to hear that: grace is irrational grace is immoral grace is unethical I hope that you will give it a listen with an open mind!¬† You might be surprised by what you...

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