Posts Tagged "gospel"

Made Well Inside and Out

Posted By on Oct 11, 2019 file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:12:25Subscribe: iTunesLuke chapter 5 tells a story about Jesus interacting with two different people who were hurting – one physically and one spiritually. Pastor Bo proposes how this concern might look in the 21st century. Comment below. Email with any questions. Support the podcast...

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God Loves Who?

Posted By on Sep 27, 2019

Our Left – Right politic divide creates problems for understanding and living in God’s love. God loves us AND them. I have been thinking about Identity Politics in the Gospel of Luke. Identity Politics are great for politics – everyone should bring their whole humanity to the table and should vote according to their social location. While Identity Politics are great for politics, it is not great for community. It...

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Why Luke? (week 1)

Posted By on Sep 18, 2019

The Gospel of Luke is providing our themes for Sunday worship this fall. This 10 min video introduces ‘why Luke?’ and not one of the other gospels. You can also listen to the podcast audio here: Please comment with any questions or email

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Social Gospel (BrainStorm)

Posted By on Sep 5, 2019 file | Play in new window | Duration: 00:41:48Subscribe: iTunesBrainStorming with Bo (BS with Bo) is back! We returned this past Sunday to talk about the legacy of the Social Gospel. It was a lively conversation. Editors Note: the microphone did not pick up all comments so this audio is shortened.  Comment below. Email with any...

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Looking Forward To Fall

Posted By on Aug 1, 2019

This Fall is going to be a lively time at Vermont Hills! There are some big things in the planning process and we are partnering with some new groups in the community to open up places for us to serve. We have also planned some fun conversations in 3 of our weekly gatherings. Sunday mornings during the worship service (10:30 am) we are going to go through the Gospel of Luke in hopes of encountering Jesus as adults. It might be time to...

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