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The Rev. Mary Jane Cornell Transcript

April 16, 2006

Set Free

The Rev. Mary Jane Cornell (PCUSA)

The Rev. Mary Jane Cornell is pastor of Druid Hills Presbyterian Church (P.C.U.S.A.) in Atlanta, Ga. This sermon was chosen as Day 1's Sermon of the Year in November 2005 on the occasion of its 60th anniversary.

The Rev. Dr. Edward S. Gleason Transcript

November 27, 2005

In the Time of This Mortal Life

The Rev. Dr. Edward S. Gleason (TEC)

The Rev. Dr. Edward S. Gleason is the retired executive director and editor for Forward Movement Publications. He is rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Trappe, Md.

Bishop L. Bevel Jones Transcript

October 30, 2005

Heralds of Hope

Bishop L. Bevel Jones (UMC)

Bishop L. Bevel Jones III, bishop in residence at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, provides a stirring review for the 60th anniversary of this program, offering hope for the future.

The Rev. Dr. Debra Samuelson Transcript

October 16, 2005

The Problem of Box Elder Trees

The Rev. Dr. Debra Samuelson (ELCA)

The Rev. Debra Samuelson, pastor for Evangelism at Lutheran Church of the Redeemer in Atlanta, Georgia, preaches a wonderful sermon on Isaiah 25:1-9.

The Rt. Rev. Steven Charleston Transcript

May 21, 2005

Sermon for Trinity Sunday

The Rt. Rev. Steven Charleston (TEC)

Bishop Charleston, the president and dean of the Episcopal Divinity School in Cambridge, MA, wrestles with how disciples of Jesus offer the good news without engaging in acts of oppression.

The Rev. Grace Imathiu Transcript

September 24, 2000

Medicine for Dry Bones

The Rev. Grace Imathiu (UMC)

The Rev. Dr. Kathlyn James Transcript

June 29, 1997

That You May Live

The Rev. Dr. Kathlyn James (UMC)