- Genesis 1:1-5 The Beginning (Kegel)
In the beginning, God created…what a majestic statement that makes of God’s love and care, God’s control and power. Not everyone agrees with our faith in God’s creation. Do you remember Carl Sagan, the astronomer?
- Genesis 1:1-5 Light to Find Your Way (Wagner)
One night a shower of meteors fell from the sky. My friend was frightened, but I said, "Let us not mind the meteors, but let us keep our eyes on the stars." (Abraham Lincoln)
- Genesis 1:1 – 2:3 Something From Nothing (Donovan)
Out of nothingness, God created everything. Out of our nothingness—out of our most terrible experiences, God can create something good in our lives.
- Genesis 1:1 – 2:4 The Creator Loves Pizzazz (Kegel)
There should be no conflict between science and religion. Science can tell us the HOW but not the WHY of creation. Our faith assures us that behind the “how” is a loving God who creates the world and all that is in it out of love.
- Genesis 1:1 – 2:4a, Trinity Mystery (London)
This is Trinity Sunday. This is the time when we proclaim loudly and clearly, that we believe in One God in three persons, not three god’s pretending to be One.
- Genesis 1:26-31 The Printed Image (Donovan)
In Latin, the phrase is Imago Dei, “In the Image of God.” Imago Dei: we are created in the image of God––in his own blessed image, he fashioned us. We look like God.