1st Sunday after Christmas - Year C
December 30, 2012
The Rev. Dr. Dwight Moody
Every day in America 2,300 people are reported missing! You heard it right: 2,300 are reported missing every day.
Some are displaced by hurricanes and others are abducted by a distraught parent. An old man, his mind long gone, simply walks away, and teenagers, tired of abuse and chaos at home, they flee for what they suppose will be a fresh start. Some people fake their death, and others are taken with criminal intent. There is a military category: missing in action. Amelia Earhart may be the most famous missing person in American history.
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Academy of Preachers
Four young preachers speak to Peter Wallace, the host of Day1, about the message they feel inspired to preach on this earth and bring to those around them. Filmed at the 2012 Festival of Young Preachers in Louisville, KY. Featuring Jean-Daniel Cathéll-Williams, Joseph T. Howard, David Telfort and Kristina Heise.
Academy of Preachers
Four young preachers speak on their calling to the ministry at the 2012 Festival of Young Preachers in Louisville, KY. Featuring Jean-Daniel Cathéll-Williams, Joseph T. Howard, David Telfort and Kristina Heise.
Sarah Winsett Wiles
Sarah Winsett Wiles talks with host Peter Wallace about the purpose and process of the David H. C. Read Preacher/Scholar Award program sponsored by Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, which she received in 2008. She also talks about her spiritual journey and offers insights on how the church can reach young people today.
The Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock
The Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock is known throughout the church as a master preacher and mentor of preachers. The Bandy Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Candler School of Theology, Emory University, he is an ordained minister in the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). For the Festival of Homiletics 2008 in Minneapolis, Fred discussed the art and science of preaching today with Peter Wallace (host and producer of the Day1 radio program, Day1.org).