Sermon by Rev. Ken Jones delivered March 14, 2021
Author: Ken Jones
November 8, 2020
After months of mega-hype we finally had our Presidential election. In this sermon, Rev. Ken provides his take on what happened and how it might affect us moving forward.
This video message is brought to you in lieu of our Sunday service for March 15, which was cancelled due to the corona virus. Here, Rev. Ken reflects on where we’re at and what we’re doing.
As most of you no doubt know, 2020 is an election year. Some are saying it is one of the most important elections in recent memory. And many of us are overflowing with emotional energy around it — hope, fear, anxiety, passion, dread, … read more.
Some people say living in religious community is
easy. You get to hang out with
like-minded people, so you never have to be confronted by someone who sees
others say living in religious community is hard, because even if you are
surrounded by people who mostly agree … read more.
Many of us were shocked to learn that tear gas was recently fired at people seeking asylum on the southern US border.
We’ve been shocked before, such as when we learned that children were routinely being separated from their parents on the border, or when we … read more.
I’ve experienced a lot of elections during my fifty-plus years in this country, and have voted in almost all of them. This list includes ten presidential elections, nine “off year” national elections, and countless other local, statewide, primary, and special elections.
And through all of that, … read more.