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The Rev. Amos Disasa Transcript

September 10, 2017

Amos Disasa: The Water Will Hold You

The Rev. Amos Disasa (PCUSA)

Like the disciples in their storm-tossed boat, we often experience moments in life when the thunder rolls and the lightning strikes. The Rev. Amos Disasa notes that there were at least four fishermen on this boat, but none of them seem to know what to do when the storm hits. Some storms just can’t be calmed without Jesus. And Jesus is always in the boat with us.
The Rev. Amos Disasa Transcript

September 03, 2017

Amos Disasa: Is, Was, Is to Come

The Rev. Amos Disasa (PCUSA)

Unlike some of our own dreams, which can seem crazy, embarrassing, or frightening, the Rev. Amos Disasa says John woke up and had to tell someone, had to record his visit to the heights of heaven in a dream journal that we still read today, the book of Revelation. He hoped we too could imagine and believe in a reality that is and was and is to come.
The Rev. Susan Crowell Transcript

August 27, 2017

Susan Crowell: The Transformative Power of Grace

The Rev. Susan Crowell (ELCA)

In her sermon the Rev. Susan Crowell sums up Romans 12:1-8 with the word 'transformation.' Paul argues that in Christ, grace becomes the structuring reality in our daily lives. And Christ calls us to practice humility and sacrifice, to center our lives around grace, and in so doing God transforms us so that we can use our lives to transform the world.
The Rev. Rob Lee Transcript

August 20, 2017

Rob Lee: Nevertheless, She Persisted

The Rev. Robert Lee (UCC)

The Rev. Rob Lee says he likes to think that the woman in Matthew 15 is an exemplar for all women and men who seek justice and don’t always get the answer they want. We have every right to question God, he says, but we must be prepared for persistence.
The Rev. Dr. Monty Knight Transcript

August 13, 2017

Monty Knight: The Sacred Sound of Silence

The Rev. Dr. Monty Knight (CC(DC))

Based on the story of Elijah in 1 Kings 19, Dr. Monty Knight says we can learn much about ourselves and our lives in the gentle silence of God’s presence. The truly sacred more often finds us than we can find it.
The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad Transcript

August 06, 2017

Barbara Lundblad: Who Will Feed Them? You.

The Rev. Dr. Barbara K. Lundblad (ELCA)

In the second of a two-part update to the Day1 Faith & Global Hunger series, Barbara Lundblad says the feeding of the 5,000 is a powerful story in a number of ways. The disciples offered a thoughtful, even compassionate idea for making sure all the people had something to eat. But Jesus had another idea.
The Rev. David Beckmann Transcript

July 30, 2017

David Beckmann: How God Can Use Us to End Hunger

The Rev. David Beckmann (ELCA)

In the first of a two-part update to the Day1 Faith & Global Hunger series, David Beckmann says God uses little things to do big things. And so it is possible to end hunger in our country and around the world. But the church must get to work.
The Rev. Susannah Davis Transcript

July 23, 2017

Susannah Davis: To Weed or Not to Weed

The Rev. Susannah Davis (UCC)

Jesus explains in his parable of the weeds and wheat that we live in a world of both the good and the bad, and it can be frustrating. We've all got weeds in us, and thankfully we have some wheat in us too, all intertwined and growing together, connected to one another, in the soil of God's heart and love, in this world where, for now, we are planted.
The Rev. Joe Evans Transcript

July 16, 2017

Joe Evans: More Than a Moral Lesson

The Rev. Joseph Evans (PCUSA)

We Christians know all about stories with morals, says the Rev. Joe Evans. But the story in Genesis 25 messes that up. Neither Esau nor Jacob is blameless. But the real lesson they give us is that we, like they, do not belong to our pasts, our great failures, our tragic disappointments, or foolhardy choices. For we belong to Christ.
The Rev. Joe Evans Transcript

July 09, 2017

Joe Evans: The Invitation

The Rev. Joseph Evans (PCUSA)

There is a major difference between the two men described in 2 Samuel 11 and Song of Solomon 2: the gallant young lover, and King David, who uses his power in evil ways. Love is initiated by an invitation, an offer that in the hands of the invitee is a choice. It's risky, but that's how it's supposed to work.