Sermons by Rev. Jason S. Glombicki (Page 2)

Sermons by Rev. Jason S. Glombicki (Page 2)

Sixteenth Sunday after pentecost

Last week, in the first part of the “Learn the Liturgy” series, I mentioned that the scriptures invite us into the stories. As we conclude this two-part series with another short sermon, we’re offered a parable that exposes the many facets of our existence…

Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost

I’ve often been intrigued by “traditional family values.” I hear religious and political leaders claiming “traditional family values” to bless their pursuit of specific policies, practices, and beliefs. While “traditional family values” may vary from person to person, many ascribe to an optimistic and, generally, never-realized set of values originating in the 1950s. These values sometimes include a strong emphasis on opposite-sex marriage, personal responsibility, and protections for a fetus…