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The Rev. Sarah Condon

Sarah Condon: Our Low Meets His High

Luke 24:13-25

3rd Sunday of Easter - Year A

April 30, 2017

The Rev. Sarah Condon (TEC)

 

This Gospel lesson from St. Luke can feel like a failed trial run for Christian witness. The disciples encounter Undercover Jesus on the road to Emmaus. And when he asks them what they are discussing, they tell Jesus about himself. Only, it's not exactly the testimony our Risen Lord was hoping for.

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The Rev. Charles L. Fischer III

Suffering to Hope

Romans 5:1-5

Trinity Sunday - Year C

May 22, 2016

The Rev. Charles Fischer, III (TEC)

 

I remember the first time that I saw G.F. Watts' painting entitled HOPE. The image of the woman sitting upon a globe, blindfolded, with an instrument in her arms that appeared to have lost all of its strings but one. The painting may have been known within art circles; but for many people, including myself, we were introduced to this late 19th-century image in 2008 when then Senator Barack Obama explained the title of his second book, Audacity of Hope.

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