Sunday, March 27 – “Prodigal Grace”
View this recorded version of Sunday Worship from March 27, 2022.
Based on Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32. The story of the Prodigal Son.
Full to the Brim – Prodigal Grace
Snippets from the sermon by Rev. Christina Kukuk.
“Once there was a woman who had two daughters. The youngest, tired of the family vineyard business, asked her mother for her portion of the assets.
The mother borrowed against her business, took a second mortgage against the house, and wrote the check.
Younger daughter immediately cash the check, flew to Amsterdam, and blew the whole wad–tens of thousands of dollars on rave parties and more…
Of course it didn’t last long at that rate. It wasn’t too long until she hired herself out cleaning the bars that she had formerly frequented, cleaning up all the vomit and spilled booze left by the still spending patrons.
But the day she fished a half-finished lobster, Taco out of the garbage. can she finally woke up.
What am I doing? Even the lady who cleaned our house once a week got a better lunch back home than I’m having here. I’ll go back to Mom.”