Sacred Time: Seasons (09.21.14 Sermon Audio)
September 22nd, 2014 | John Chandler
Chris Morton continues our fall series on seeing the sacredness of time as he reflects on how God works not just in moments, but through broad seasons of time.
Here are the quotes and links mentioned:
- “Seasons” is a wise metaphor for the movement of life, I think. It suggests that life is neither a battlefield nor a game of chance, but something infinitely richer, more promising, more real. The notion that our lives are like the eternal cycle of the seasons does not deny the struggle or the joy, the loss or the gain, the darkness or the light, but encourages us to embrace it all – and to find in all of it the opportunities for growth. (Parker Palmer, Let Your Life Speak)
- How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big: Kind of the Story of My Life by Scot Adams
- On Being interview with Dan Barber
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