The Daringly Awkward Sermon Contest

A contest from Geez Magazine:

. . . because social change is a bit awkward

We want sermons that explore the awkwardness of too much privilege, right-wing relatives, the drunk stranger in the back pew, our pad in the comfy end of the global village, litter in the poor part of town.

Maybe the key to social change and spiritual growth is found in stumbling, fumbling, oafish awkwardness. Our pulpit awaits.

$1,200 in prizes
Plus we’ll print winners (and others) in Geez magazine, Spring 2009

Deadline: February 28, 2009

Word limit: 800

Check out last year’s winners here.

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One Response to The Daringly Awkward Sermon Contest

  1. sister says:

    I’m kinda interested….

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