I preach these quirky little sermons once in a while at True North Community Church. (I’ve said it before, and will once more: I have zero clerical credentials. But I’m the Arts Director there, so once in a while they trust me to stand up, make a little mischief and ponder the big life questions.)
In this one, I play around with the Mary and Martha story in Luke 10. And because the world is full of fascinating connections, I argue that their first-century sister squabble has everything to do with
- tattoo artists,
- the role of women,
- Spotify playlists,
- WNYC’s Bored and Brilliant project,
- how we go about hearing the voice of an invisible & often inaudible God, AND
- a life hack discovered by a 17th-century French monk.
It’s called Make Space to Listen. Hope you enjoy.