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Packing Light

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Texts: Galatians 6:6-10; Luke 10:1-11, 16-20
Date: October 13, 2019
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Packing Light

Sermon: Packing Light
Texts: Galatians 6:6-10; Luke 10:1-11, 16-20
Date: October 13, 2019
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
          Fellow travelers, how are you at packing your bags?  I had a good long visit with a friend of mine recently who was preparing to be away from home for a month.  She was going to be visiting a variety of places that would probably have different kinds of weather during a time when the season was shifting from summer to fall.  She […]

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Follow the Vagabond

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Texts: 1 Kings 19:15-16, 19-21; Luke 9:51-62
Date: October 6, 2019
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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Follow the Vagabond

Sermon: Follow the Vagabond
Texts: 1 Kings 19:15-16, 19-21; Luke 9:51-62
Date: October 6, 2019
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
Those were the days when the Jesus movement was literally a movement, a leader and disciples on the move. Jesus was an itinerant, a vagabond, a nomad. He was coming near to the people with the good news that the Kingdom of God was drawing near—both a message and a demonstration. […]

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My Name Is Legion

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Texts: Luke 8:26-39
Date: September 29, 2019
Rev. Dr. Dee Eisenhauer, pastor, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church

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My Name is Legion

Sermon: My Name is Legion
Text: Luke 8:26-39
Date: September 29, 2019
©Rev. Dee Eisenhauer, Eagle Harbor Congregational Church
 
The story of Jesus, the Gerasene demoniac, the pigs, and the terrified townspeople is exceedingly strange, don’t you think?  I wasn’t going to say anything–but one of my most scholarly commentaries puts it right out there, saying that calling it “a strange story” is quite an understatement. “For the basic miracle-story has in this instance been enshrouded with elements of the fantastic and the grotesque.”

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