This special group who loved The Land were drawn to her because they longed to belong more intimately with Creation, to establish a new way to be “the church.”
This Blessing of the Animals message imagines the arrival of the domesticated to the wild and imagines a world of rewilding through encounters that disrupt the status quo.
A promise of community held together by the ties of Spirit and love is hard to hold and harder to see in our current world.. God calls us into the unknown, to hold onto the divine promise rather than the fruit of our own works.
Why do we consume Land with such an insatiable appetite, if its consumption is to construct buildings removing us from the beat of her heart and her lessons? Is it not The Land itself that provides us shelter and food and oxygen to breathe?
The most challenging part of our command and covenant as a people of faith is a reminder that there are no winners or losers, only the whole of creation laboring together, continually connected, regardless of how violently we attempt to tear things apart.
We continue on our journey through Exodus. Relating the significance of the 10 commandments to our current social situation.
Featuring an opening song with Tony Edelblute and closing song with Clyde Oakley, this third message in the Exodus sermon series focuses on finding our way back to the beginning as a promise that we can always start again. Full transcript and video versions available at thelandaurora.org
Music featuring Tory Doerksen. The second message in the Exodus Sermon Series we map out where we have been and the pain of where we find ourselves now. Find the transcript and video for the message at thelandaurora.org or follow us on Spotify.
The first sermon in the Exodus sermon series. This episode Pastor Stephanie begins a five-week series on Exodus which will parallel the Israelites journey with Moses to our own journey through the pandemic as a community. Utilizing the experiences of Moses as guideposts for our own response to this pandemic, together we learn from their […]
Rest as Resistance (The final message in the creation sermon series). Inspired by Genesis 2: 1-3