God speaks out through the prophet Jeremiah against the shepherds of Israel who had failed in their calling to nurture and protect the flock. The Rev. Stephen Lewis draws lessons in godly leadership, and helps us learn and grow from our failures, and those of others.
In the concluding part to his challenging series, Why Jesus? based on his new book, Bishop William H. Willimon explores Jesus' often perplexing teaching on the family--and reveals the larger and more demanding family he calls us into.
In part 3 of his challenging series, Why Jesus? Bishop William H. Willimon guides us through the signs and wonders Jesus performed during his earthly ministry as a way to reconcile the world to himself.
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In his sermon for the first Sunday in Lent, the Rev. Chris Girata says Jesus' temptation in the wilderness is about our human relationship with God, that we are not alone in the world and not alone to face troubles, fears, and temptations of the world on our own. Jesus provides a model for strength in the face of temptation and trouble.
The Transfiguration story is a pivot point in the gospel of Luke, as Jesus moves from his ministry in Galilee to his journey to Jerusalem and the cross, a pivot point in the plan of God for us and our salvation. Above all, Dr. Leanne Van Dyk says, it is a story of the glory of Jesus, the hope of the world.
Anna Carter Florence offers a powerful take to the well-known story of baby Moses in the reeds, and in it finds a source for courage to deal with situations that confront us today, which cry for God's liberation.