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Friday, August 24, 2012

Friday Five: choose your own adventure!

This summer at my church we've been doing what we're calling a "People's Choice" sermon series--people submitted sermon topics, and the preachers have taken them on. This Sunday I'm preaching my last in this series, about Sabbath. (Why yes, we did blatantly steal this idea from KathrynZJ, who did it last summer...) It's kept people engaged all summer and we've all had a great time. So now it's your turn...

1, 2: What are two texts or topics you wish you could hear a sermon about?

3, 4: What are two texts or topics you wish you could preach a sermon about?

5: What's your favorite sermon you've ever heard or preached? What makes it your fave?

let us know in the comments if you play, and post a link right to your blog so we can all visit! Here's how: just type in these letters/symbols, replacing the appropriate section with your blog address and what you want the link to say: <a href="the URL of your blog post goes here">what you want the link to say goes here</a>


  1. so--I had no idea how hard it would be to answer my own questions! but I did anyway, over here! (bonus: if you scroll down, you can also see pics from my scotland trip earlier this summer....)

    1. HerStory Conference? Is that still being held? I heard Anna Carter Florence do a great job with Mary and Martha. Like her preaching.

      Thanks for the Scotland pics--especially the clan graves. The day we were there (1st week in October) it was way too cold to go outside.

    2. thanks for visiting, Alli! I don't think HerStory is still being done--in fact, 2008 may have been the last or next-to-last year. It was fun though.

  2. my quick play for today and I'll be interested to find out what other answers occur to me later on and to read everyone else's so I can wonder why their answers didn't occur to me... thanks, terry!

  3. Playing in my own playpen today! You'll find my entry here. Focusing on Women's Equality Day. Come to think of it, I would love to hear even mention of the day and the struggle.

  4. So, not exactly timely (it's Monday...night), but I enjoyed the chance to write again and played here.


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