Tag Archives: Tim DeChristopher

How of Now: Holding this Earth, Our Gratitude, Our Pain (sermon)

First Parish Church of Groton, April 26, 2015  Audio version here. Perhaps you know this parable, which invites us to see with new eyes, or eyes that are willing to see newly: There once was a simple farmer who lived … Continue reading

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Everybody Loves a Good Ending (of the World) (sermon)

Everybody Loves a Good Ending (of the World) audio version: click here. Above is a link to my first attempt to audio record and post my sermons.  Please forgive clumsiness as I learn.  Below is the prepared sermon, which is … Continue reading

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In the Company of Home Wreckers: Bidding for Our Survival

Tim DeChristopher. If you don’t know his name, it’s time you did. Tim DeChristopher is also known as Bidder 70.  He’s the guy who, through a turn of events not wholly of his own making, found himself among people trying … Continue reading

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