1. Living into the Family Name: An Introduction to the Beatitudes by Michael Funderburk

  2. Psalm 130: Refrain by Benj Pocta.  Read by Sean McCoy.

  3. A Sermon for the Second Sunday in Epiphany. 

  4. A Sermon for the Fourth Sunday of Advent

  5. A Sermon for the First Sunday of Advent

  6. Psalm 46. Music by Benj Pocta. Read by Michael Funderburk.

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  7. Psalm 98. Music by Benj Pocta. Read by Sean McCoy

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  8. God of the Abandoned Places by Michael Funderburk

    Sermon for Sunday, November 17, 2013 Last Sunday after Pentecost

  9. Song Refrain for Psalm 82 by Benj Pocta. Reading by Michael Funderburk.

    Arise, O God, judge the earth;

    for you shall inherit all the nations!

  10. The Mundane Becoming Sacred

    I’m excited because we’re having our first baptism on Sunday :-) At St Thomas the Doubter we talk a lot about how seemingly mundane things, like the water we’re going to use in our baptism this Sunday, become sacred through Christ. This theme in the Bible, of the mundane becoming sacred, is important to talk about because we often speak about doing spiritual things as if they’re an exodus from what we feel are mundane things (Being accountants, doing laundry). In Jesus the opposite is true: The mundane becomes sacred. The ordinary becomes spiritual.

    Below is a comic I did on that theme - Pastor Saji

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  11. Song refrain for Psalm 33 by Benj Pocta. Reading by Sean McCoy

    It moves me that, embedded in everything that was created, it was concluded “And God saw that it was good.” This Psalm reflects that - Pastor Saji

             “By the word of the Lord the heavens were made,

                    and by the breath of his mouth all their host.”