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  • Title: A Vision of Liberty - a celebration of dialogue, music and word
  • Description: A sermon given by Richard A. Rhem (Dick) on July 6, 1986 entitled "A Vision of Liberty - a celebration of dialogue, music and word", on the occasion of Liberty Weekend Celebration, at Christ Community Church, Spring Lake, MI. Scripture references
A Vision of Liberty - a celebration of dialogue, music and word

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  • Description: A sermon given by Richard A. Rhem (Dick) on June 10, 2001 entitled "God: The Feeling That Remains Where the Concept Fails", as part of the series "Credo", on the occasion of Celebration of 30 years of John Bryson as Director of Music and Fine Arts
  • Text: God: The Feeling That Remains Where the Concept Fails From the series: Credo A Celebration of the Music of the Church and Thirty Years of John G. Bryson As Director of Music and Fine Arts Isaiah 6:1; Revelation 1:17 Richard A. Rhem Christ Community
God: The Feeling That Remains Where the Concept Fails

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  • Description: A sermon given by Richard A. Rhem (Dick) on August 24, 1986 entitled "With Hope In Your Heart", as part of the series "Music from CAROUSEL", on the occasion of Pentecost XIV, at Christ Community Church, Spring Lake, MI. Scripture references: Psalm
With Hope In Your Heart

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  • Text: liturgy, symbol, music and artistic expression, recite the story, nurture, and join in the action of compassion, following the way of Jesus. Can we do that honestly, with authenticity in light of what we have learned of this awesome cosmic drama of which
Divine Improvisation - Human Wonder

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  • Text: Friday dawned Easter Sunday. I mentioned Arie’s funeral in December during Advent. He had become fascinated with Greek Orthodox liturgy and the music of worship of the Eastern Rite. And the funeral service began with a long prelude of entrance music
My God, ...Why?

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  • Text: of Alleluia and praise with the closing cry, "Grant us Thy peace." And as I heard that stirring music, the music itself communicating as much as the words, and I thought about the world in convulsion, I thought to myself - the world in convulsion seems
World Convulsion and the Exciting Vision of Faith

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  • Text: the pieces from Mr. Bryson, I know what music will be involved and whether there’ll be dance or whatever, and then I will simply live into that experience, trying to weave it together in such a way that it has a certain flow, a certain naturalness. After
The Awe of Worship

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  • Text: a couple of hours putting the service all together, all the pieces—who would do this and who would do that. (He did the Hebrew parts.) In my little meditation, I said, “One of my favorite musicals is Fiddler on the Roof, and when I first experienced
Religion: Response To Mystery Emerging Naturally

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  • Text: , "There is an Irish tavern where they sing Irish music," and so we all went. In the back room, filled with people, all these Irishmen. I didn't say I was Dutch; I just sort of slipped into a booth. They bring their piccolos and their flutes and their drums
Christ Community: A People Who Belong

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  • Text: was, rather, the Lamb of God destined before the foundations of the world to die for the sin of the world. The music we have just heard sung by the choir is lovely, © Grand Valley State University   Harmless Religion: Loss of Soul Richard A. Rhem Page
Harmless Religion: Loss of Soul

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  • Text:  of  his  skill   and  devotion.  And  every  Sunday  in  the  choir  –  loving  the  creation  of  beautiful  music   and  liturgy.      Allen  loved  the  church  as  well  –  was  faithful
A Final Act of Grace

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  • Text: millinery dream and discover his total solitude, his fundamental isolation. He must realize that, like a gypsy, he lives on the boundary of an alien world, a world that is deaf to his music, and as indifferent to his hopes as it is to his sufferings or his
Life's Deepest Questions Before the Mystery of God