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Sermon Title: Searching for God

(Isaiah 40:21-31, Mark 1:29-39)

Rev. Erik Kindem, February 4, 2018

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This picture of our Blue Marble planet hanging above the grey lunar landscape was taken by Apollo 8 crewman Bill Anders in 1968 and became one of the most recognized photo of all time. The photo evoked a new and even mystical response on the part of the astronauts that witnessed the sight. Four years later, on the Apollo 16 mission, Charlie Duke saw it, too, but had no mystical response. When he returned home the same challenges that characterized his family life were waiting for him. Through a journey of discovery of another kind, Charlie and his wife Dottie discovered how making room for Christ in the center of their lives and marriage could be transformative.

We are all engaged in a search for wholeness. The good news is, while we search for God, God in Christ is searching for us. The wholeness he offered people of Capernaum is available to us, too.

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