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Dr. Everett L. Worthington, Jr. Transcript

April 23, 2017

Everett Worthington: Just Forgiving

Dr. Everett Worthington, Jr.

In this special message presented in association with the Episcopal Preaching Foundation, noted scholar on the science of forgivness, Dr. Ev Worthington, uses the story of Mephibosheth to explain the power of forgiveness in life, and how we all can come to be more forgiven and forgiving followers of Christ.
The Very Rev. Samuel G. Candler Transcript

April 16, 2017

Sam Candler: The Tomb Is a Tunnel

The Very Rev. Samuel G. Candler (TEC)

In his sermon for Easter Day, Dean Sam Candler says Easter is a day to remember an amazing thing about Jesus’ tomb: It’s not the end of the path, not the end of freedom, not the end of light-- it’s a tunnel.
The Rev. Dr. Delmer Chilton Transcript

April 09, 2017

Delmer Chilton: Living at Cross Purposes

The Rev. Dr. Delmer Chilton (ELCA)

In his sermon for the Sunday of the Passion (Palm Sunday), Dr. Delmer Chilton compares the theology of glory with the theology of the cross, and explains how Jesus models how we are to live to serve humbly.
The Rev. Elizabeth Goodman Transcript

April 02, 2017

Liz Goodman: Full Circle

The Rev. Elizabeth Goodman (UCC)

In her sermon for the 5th Sunday in Lent, the Rev. Liz Goodman focuses on a phrase that appears several times in John's gospel: "Come and See." This time, Mary and Martha invite Jesus to "come and see" where their brother Lazarus was buried. We too can offer this invitation to others in our circles to come and see God at work.
The Rev. Scott Seeke Transcript

March 26, 2017

Scott Seeke: The Chosen One

The Rev. Scott Seeke (ELCA)

As we see in the story of Samuel's anointing of David as King of Israel, God's criteria for God's servants may not line up with our own--which, Scott Seeke tells us, means God may even use us.
The Rev. Dr. Brian Coulter Transcript

March 19, 2017

Brian Coulter: It Was About Noon

The Rev. Dr. Brian Coulter (PCUSA)

In his sermon for the third Sunday in Lent, Dr. Brian Coulter takes a look at the backstory behind Jesus' encounter with the Samaritan woman at the well, and finds an abundance of water--foreshadowing the living water Jesus promises us all.
The Rev. Dr. Stephen H. Cook Transcript

March 12, 2017

Stephen Cook: On Beyond

The Rev. Dr. Stephen Cook (CBF)

In his sermon for the 2nd Sunday in Lent, Dr. Stephen Cook says God is forever calling us--as God did Abraham and Sarah--to keep going on beyond, beyond the truth we think we know, the places we never dreamed of being, the opportunities to minister we never considered.

The Rev. Dr. Stephen H. Cook Transcript

March 05, 2017

Stephen Cook: Wilderness Time

The Rev. Dr. Stephen Cook (CBF)

In his sermon for the first Sunday in Lent, Dr. Stephen Cook suggests that Jesus had to die first before we could have the resurrection celebration. And if we’re going to be serious about following Jesus, then we had best be ready to go some places we might not otherwise choose on our own.
The Rev. Matt Rawle Transcript

February 26, 2017

Matt Rawle: Wibbly-Wobbly, Timey-Wimey Transfiguration

The Rev. Matt Rawle (UMC)

The Rev. Matt Rawle says that the Transfiguration may be about knowing what goodness really is: that goodness is the marriage between the mount of Transfiguration and the hill of Calvary--the tension of glory and suffering that is our faith.
The Rev. Dr. Russell J. Levenson, Jr. Transcript

February 19, 2017

Russ Levenson: How Do You Love Thee?

The Rev. Dr. Russell Levenson, Jr. (TEC)

Dr. Russ Levenson helps us understand what love is, and is not, and how it is lived out. And it’s not complicated: first, we’re called to love God--our lives dedicated to hearing and doing God’s will for us. Second, we’re called to love our neighbors--and not just those in our inner circles. And third, we’re called to love ourselves--often the hardest to do.