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God’s Yes and Our Yes Together

Click the arrow to listen to Dee Eisenhauer’s sermon: God’s Yes and Our Yes Together
Texts: 1 Timothy 6:6-8, 17-19; 2 Corinthians 1:20-22
Date: November 20, 2016
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Opportunity to Testify

Sermon: Opportunity to Testify
Texts: Haggai 1:2-8; Acts 15:1-2, 6-11; Luke 21:5-13; The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
Date: November 13, 2016
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
I was desperately trying to retain my sense of humor on Election Night, in a humor-as-a-life-preserver sort of way, when the image of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy bubbled up from somewhere in the labyrinth cellar of memory. Why? Because that fictional book […]

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What Will Your Part Be

Click the arrow to listen to Mark Travis’ sermon: What Will Your Part Be?
Texts: Haggai 1:5b-2:9
Date: November 6, 2016
Rev. Mark Travis, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Desiring the Rich Inheritance

Click the arrow to listen to Dee Eisenhauer’s sermon: Desiring the Rich Inheritance
Texts: Genesis 11:1-6; Ephesians 1:11-19 and Luke 19:1-10
Date: October 30, 2016
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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The Acceptable Time, Now

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Texts: Psalm 84:1-7 and 2 Corinthians 6:1-2, 16
Date: October 23, 2016
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Desiring the Rich Inheritance

Sermon: Desiring the Rich Inheritance
Texts: Genesis 11:1-6a; Ephesians 1:11-19; Luke 19:1-11
Date: October 30, 2016
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
         The first part of the book of Genesis answers a number of “Why?” questions.  The myth of the tower of Babel seems to address the question of why we have so many languages on Earth. 
         It’s also a story about desire.  Desire that seems insatiable.
The human beings, replenishing the human species after the great Flood, reached a new […]

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The Acceptable Time, Now

Sermon: The Acceptable Time, Now
Texts: Psalm 82:1-7; 2 Corinthians 6:1-2, 16
Date: October 23, 2016
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
         Psalm 84 is a song praising Zion as the longed-for goal of the pilgrim.  Faithful folk in Israel used to hope to make a pilgrimage to Jerusalem to visit the splendid temple, a place where Israelites believed God dwelled.  It’s not that they thought Yahweh was contained in the temple, but they believed God was present there with a special […]

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Feeling the Feels

Click the arrow to listen to Dee Eisenhauer’s sermon: Feeling the Feels
Texts: Jeremiah 8:18-9:2 and 1 Corinthians 12:12-13, 26
Date: October 16, 2016
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Feeling the Feels

Sermon: Feeling the Feels
Texts: Jeremiah 8:18-9:2; 1 Corinthians 12:12-13, 26
Date: October 16, 2016
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
    Remember when Creation was brand new, when Adam and Eve were still in the Garden of Eden?  There was that one day that they ate the apple, and their eyes were opened, and they had to quick quick make fig leaf clothes for themselves.  They dove for cover when they “heard the sound of the Lord God walking in the garden […]

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Seek the Welfare

Sermon: Seek the Welfare
Texts: Jeremiah 29:1, 4-7; Matthew 22:34-40; photos from 2016 sabbatical
Date: October 9, 2016
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
 
            What you see here is a “living stump.”  Although most stumps we see are dead, this one—located in Oregon—is connected underground with the root systems of nearby living trees that are feeding it nutrients, keeping it alive, though greatly changed and reduced. 
            The Israelites exiled to Babylon in Jeremiah’s day had been cut off from their homeland.  It […]

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