We All Have Wounds

I’m a firm believer that when we offer up our wounds in service to others–as I see Christ doing–then what can at first seem like a dysfunction, can actually become our function.  In this sermon, my intention is to invite us into the possibility that the Christ within us can transform our wounds and make them something beautiful in the world.

Our woulds can be salvific in the right hands



This video features the rap from the sermon layered over music.


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  1. Pedro, Ethan and I watched your sermon together. He thought the rap was awesome, and loved the part where you said that without the breath of the Holy Spirit a flute is just a stick with holes in it. He can’t wait to show it to Connor when he gets back from NZ. Thanks for posting–I’m so happy I got to see it live 🙂


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