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The Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Lewis Transcript

January 20, 2013

The Fountain of Life

The Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Lewis (other)

In this moving sermon based on Psalm 36, the Rev. Dr. Jacqueline Lewis calls us to follow the example of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and boldly proclaim God's justice for lost people who need hope.
The Rev. Dr. Michael Brown Transcript

January 13, 2013

Does Baptism Matter?

The Rev. Dr. Michael Brown (other)

In his sermon for the Baptism of the Lord Sunday, Marble Collegiate Church minister Dr. Michael Brown points out that to the gospel writers, baptism is crucial. Everything starts at the river where Jesus enters the waters of baptism--it was the moment when Jesus was claimed and called. We too belong to God and are called to do something special.
The Rev. Dr. John Philip Newell Transcript

January 06, 2013

The Light Within All Life

The Rev. Dr. John Philip Newell (other)

In his sermon for Epiphany Sunday, the Rev. Dr. John Philip Newell explores the visit of the Magi to the Christ child, and reveals that the truth of Epiphany is that we are loved, we are part of the beautiful light of God, called to shine for the healing of the world.
The Rev. Dr. Dwight A. Moody Transcript

December 30, 2012

Where Is Jesus?

The Rev. Dr. Dwight Moody (CBF)

In his sermon for the 1st Sunday after Christmas, the Rev. Dr. Dwight Moody focuses on Jesus' experience as a youth in the Temple--and encourages us to foster the calling and gifts of young people in our midst today.
The Rev. Dr. Casey Baggott Transcript

December 23, 2012

Learning to Focus

The Rev. Dr. Casey Baggott (UCC)

In her sermon for the 4th Sunday of Advent, the Rev. Dr. Casey Baggott recounts Mary's response to God's messenger about her pregnancy: When Mary says her soul magnifies the Lord, maybe what she's saying is that the depth of who we are, our souls, can focus reality in certain ways--ways that have the capacity to shine on and affect those around us.
The Rev. Dr. Robert T. Baggott Transcript

December 16, 2012

Getting There

The Rev. Dr. Robert Baggott (UCC)

In his sermon for the 3rd Sunday of Advent, the Rev. Dr. Robert Baggott says John the Baptist was never shy about asking his listeners to do something great. He asked them to repent of all wrongdoing and live new lives clearly marked by generosity, integrity, and contentment. And why aspire to this greatness? Not for some personal ennoblement, but in order to be ready for the coming Messiah.
The Rev. Dr. John H. Westerhoff III Transcript

December 09, 2012

Live Prepared

The Rev. Dr. John Westerhoff, III (TEC)

In his sermon for the 2nd Sunday of Advent, noted theologian and author the Rev. Dr. John Westerhoff explores the meaning of John the Baptist's proclamation, "Repent!" and helps us prepare for Christ's coming.
The Rev. Dr. Bill Britt Transcript

December 02, 2012

Wake Up! Christmas Is Coming

The Rev. Dr. Bill Britt (UMC)

The Rev. Dr. Bill Britt kicks off a new church year with his powerful sermon for the First Sunday of Advent on Luke 21:25-36: Wake Up! Christmas Is Coming. Are you ready for the coming of Christ?
The Rev. Dr. Tripp Martin Transcript

November 25, 2012

Leaving Home

The Rev. Dr. Tripp Martin (CBF)

In his sermon for the Reign of Christ Sunday, the Rev. Dr. Tripp Martin offers a reflection of how our place shapes us--in light of Jesus' response to Pilate that his kingdom was not from here.
Brad Sherrill Transcript

November 18, 2012

Break-In at the Water Gate

Brad Sherrill

In a special message, acclaimed actor Brad Sherrill explores the powerful story of Nehemiah 8, in which the Word of God was read to the people of Israel after returning from exile, and shows how the proclamation of God's Word is still needed today.