Tuesday, July 13, 2010

July 11th's sermon as a Wordle

This past Sunday's Gospel passage was the story that Jesus tells when the lawyer asks him about neighbors. I used this "Good Samaritan" story as an opportunity for us to think about our own exurban neighborhood context. We're not in a rural area where people share vegetables and help with harvest. We're not in a walkable urban neighborhood with mixed-use development. It's harder to get to know your neighbors when there are eight-foot privacy fences. I also used the sermon as a chance to think about God's compassion.

Here is what my sermon looks like as a Wordle (the bigger the word, the more often it was used):

1 comment:

  1. It looks like I talk about Jesus and grace a lot. I must be Lutheran :)