SERMON: Metaphors Are Tricky

“How do you feel when I say:
– a wolf in sheep’s clothing?
– the black sheep of the family?
– Mary had a little lamb?
– a lamb to the slaughter?
Each of these images bringes about a slightly different emotion. That is why metaphors are tricky; they are colored by the perceptions (and misperceptions) that we bring to them.” Read More

LITURGY: Fugue of Blessed Women

OR, The Litany for Women Who Have No Choice. The following can be used as a litany or a multi-voice sermon. It was originally written for a prayer service focused on advocating for women’s health rights for the United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities VOICE 4: Blessed are you who are poor, for yours… Read More