This is the second in a two-part series on Memory. In this sermon, I will explore the opposite side of the coin we looked at in last week’s sermon.
Memory has a dominant role in defining us and can be very helpful to us in that regard, but it can also limit us. In this sermon, I will explore the ways our memories of who and what we should be can limit and impend us. We are never free of the power of memory, but the type of relationship we have with memory — whether it is a relationship of subservience or creative partnership — can be very important.