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Sermons by Mark Guizlo

February 24, 2019: “Ambulatory Gambit”

In the game of chess, a gambit is an opening move whereby a pawn is strategically sacrificed in order to create an advantage.  Which kind of sounds like a Cold War move made across the iron curtain.  But simply walking around can be a different kind of gambit.  It just requires experiencing things a little differently. 

March 15, 2015: “Working Around Limitations”

Centering Thought: I call upon you to be maladjusted. Well you see, it may be that the salvation of the world lies in the hands of the maladjusted.” Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Reading “The Village with a Hole in the Middle,” adapted from Yassir Chadly NARR: Imagine a beautiful village, close enough to the ocean to see it and occasionally…