For the 2nd Sunday after Pentecost, the Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto explores the unexpected faith both of a Roman centurion and a grieving widow, and offers hope to all.
In her sermon on Galatians 1, the Rev. Shelley McDade offers fascinating and helpful insights into the Apostle Paul's ministry, as he works to tear down barriers and enable all people to experience God's love.
The Rev. Dr. Mary Anderson reveals how Jesus' willingness to forgive sinners, as in the case of Luke 7:36-50, demonstrates God's loving acceptance of all who love God.
As a frustrated Elijah experienced God in the quiet, the Rev. Stuart Higginbotham helps us seek silent space where holiness can thrive and empower us to a more fruitful faith.
Bishop Stacy Sauls explores Luke 9:51-62 and discovers a Jesus we can relate to, and shows us that nothing that matters is accomplished without effort--and sometimes frustration--and so we must keep our eyes on the goal set before us.
What can we learn about the future of the church from Jesus' sending 70 followers to go out and minister in his name? The Rev. J.C. Austin helps us wrestle with that question in his sermon on Luke 10.