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In this Day1 Reflection Video, the Rev. Ginger Gaines-Cirelli explores how God can provide all we need in life as she discusses the story of the woman in need whom the prophet Elisha helps (2 Kings 4:1-7). Ginger is senior pastor of Foundry United Methodist Church in Washington, DC.
The Rev. Dr. Luke A. Powery, Dean of the Chapel at Duke University, encourages people of faith to continue their inquiry into science and keep learning. This video is part of the Day1 Faith & Science in the 21st Century Series.
In her sermon for the 3rd Sunday after Epiphany, the Rev. Canon Stephanie Spellers says we need the light of Christ now in a way we haven’t in a long time. And lots of people from all walks of life are seeking a truth that cannot be spun and a light that cannot be quenched.
John the Baptist points to this ordinary man, Jesus, and sees him as a revelation of God, opening the eyes of those around him--and hopefully our eyes as well, says Martin Marty, who delves into what the title John gives Jesus, "the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world," really means for us.