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Starlight Journey

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Texts: Isaiah 60:1-3 and Matthew 2:1-15
Date: January 6, 2019
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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The In-between Time

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Texts: Luke 2:41-52 and Colossians 3:12-17
Date: December 30, 2018
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Starlight Journey

Sermon: Starlight Journey
Texts: Isaiah 60:1-3; Matthew 2:1-15
Date: January 6, 2019
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
Let’s begin with a poem by Denise Levertov titled “Witness”:
Sometimes the mountain
is hidden from me in veils
of cloud, sometimes
I am hidden from the mountain
in veils of inattention, apathy, fatigue,
when I forget or refuse to go
down to the shore or a few yards
up the road, on a clear day,
to reconfirm
that witnessing presence.[1]
I’m not sure if […]

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Christmas Eve Reflection 2018

Christmas Eve Reflections 2018
One of the wonderful things about the Christmas story is all the beautiful artwork this old, old story inspires. A worship website we use had a link to this short video of a Christmas-inspired sand painting. We’d like to share it with you, and afterwards I want to share a few of the thoughts it inspired for me.

I sometimes think of God as an artist, especially when I am enjoying something beautiful outdoors like a […]

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A Belly-full

Sermon: A Belly-full
Texts: Micah 5:2-5a; Luke 1:39-55
Date: December 23, 2018
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
The trivia quiz in the Seattle Times the other day was about “A Visit from St. Nicholas”—the classic poem by Clement Clark Moore. You might not know the whole thing from memory, but you, like me, probably know bits of it. You know what comes after the word “Twas…” Maybe you know the […]

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Wake Up and Smell the Ozone

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Link to Robert Kennedy speech referenced in sermon. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCrx_u3825g
Texts: Jeremiah 33:14-16; 1 Thessalonians 3:9-12; Luke 21:25-36
Date: December 2, 2018
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Simple and Difficult and Uplifting

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Texts: Micah 1:2-5; 5:2-5; 6:6-8
Date: November 25, 2018
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Blessed Be the Continuum of Endeavor

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Texts: Mark 13:1-2; Matthew 5:5-16
Date: November 18, 2018
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Wake Up and Smell the Ozone

Note to remote sermon people: I recommend watching the Bobby Kennedy speech via youtube; link included in text)
Sermon: Wake Up and Smell the Ozone
Texts: Jeremiah 33:14-16; 1 Thessalonians 3:9-12; Luke 21:25-36
Date: December 2, 2018
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
The lectionary texts assigned for the first Sunday of Advent contain more mood swings than a hormonal thirteen year old. You’ve got your hope and your foreboding, promise and threat, […]

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Simple and Difficult and Uplifting

Sermon: Simple and Difficult and Uplifting
Texts: Micah 1:2-5; 5:2-5; 6:6-8
Date: November 25, 2018
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
Our biblical texts today offer us a little sampler platter from the words of the farmer prophet Micah. The three brief passages are suggested for a Sunday’s scripture portion by the creators of the “Narrative Lectionary,” an alternative to the regular lectionary that tends to focus on longer selections from one […]

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