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  • Eric Barreto: Can't We All Just Get Along?

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 05/30/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 06/04/2017

    In his sermon for Pentecost Sunday, Dr. Eric Barreto asks, Based on the account in Acts, what would it mean for a church to be Pentecostal? He says we would seek out all kinds of people without requiring them to become like us, that we cannot be "God’s" people without "those" people.

    The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto

    The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto

    The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto is the Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ.

    Member of:

    Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

    Representative of:

    Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ
  • Eric Barreto: In the Beginning and In the End

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 06/06/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 06/11/2017

    Dr. Eric Barreto says Genesis chapters 1 and 2 are not a blueprint for the world or a play-by-play of the dawning of creation. Nor are they simply an ancient fairy tale we can dismiss. They’re not about us--they are first and foremost about God.

    The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto

    The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto

    The Rev. Dr. Eric Barreto is the Weyerhaeuser Associate Professor of New Testament at Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ.

    Member of:

    Cooperative Baptist Fellowship

    Representative of:

    Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton, NJ
  • Robin Wilson: The Future Harvest

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 06/13/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 06/18/2017

    The willingness of the first disciples to take a risk reminds us that we too can risk ourselves to look upon others without fear, and with love and compassion, says the Rev. Robin Wilson. Those first harvesters remind us that modern-day disciples are also sent to go into the fields and work.

    The Rev. Robin Wilson

    The Rev. Robin Wilson

    The Rev. Robin Wilson is senior pastor of Dauphin Way United Methodist Church in Mobile, AL.

    Member of:

    United Methodist Church

    Representative of:

    Dauphin Way United Methodist Church, Mobile, AL
  • Robin Wilson: Rise Up

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 06/20/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 06/25/2017

    The Rev. Robin Wilson likens Jesus' words to his disciples in Matthew 10 to Alexander Hamilton's energizing encouragement to his fellow revolutionaries from the stage musical, "Hamilton," calling them to rise up, to act for that which is most important to them. In the same way, Jesus was honest with his followers about the potential costs of following him--but tells them not to be afraid.

    The Rev. Robin Wilson

    The Rev. Robin Wilson

    The Rev. Robin Wilson is senior pastor of Dauphin Way United Methodist Church in Mobile, AL.

    Member of:

    United Methodist Church

    Representative of:

    Dauphin Way United Methodist Church, Mobile, AL
  • Kenyatta Gilbert: Pinocchio Prophecy

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 06/27/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 07/02/2017

    The beloved story of Pinocchio sheds light on an important reality, says Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert: If you tell lies, you will find yourself bereft of moral integrity. This is true for persons in ministry leadership--the temptation to succeed at any costs is very real. This is also true for all believers in any walk of life.

    The Rev. Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert

    The Rev. Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert

    The Rev. Dr. Kenyatta Gilbert is associate professor of homiletics at Howard University School of Divinity in Washington, DC.

    Member of:

    Other

    Representative of:

    Howard University School of Divinity, Washington, DC
  • Joe Evans: The Invitation

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 07/04/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 07/09/2017

    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.

    The Rev. Joe Evans

    The Rev. Joseph Evans

    The Rev. Joe Evans is senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, TN.

    Member of:

    Presbyterian Church (USA)

    Representative of:

    First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, TN
  • Joe Evans: More Than a Moral Lesson

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 07/11/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 07/16/2017

    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

    The Rev. Joseph Evans

    The Rev. Joe Evans is senior pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, TN.

    Member of:

    Presbyterian Church (USA)

    Representative of:

    First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, TN
  • Susannah Davis: To Weed or Not to Weed

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 07/18/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 07/23/2017

    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. Susannah Davis

    The Rev. Susannah Davis

    The Rev. Susannah Davis is senior minister of Kirkwood United Church of Christ in Atlanta, GA.

    Member of:

    United Church of Christ

    Representative of:

    Kirkwood United Church of Christ, Atlanta, GA
  • David Beckmann: How God Can Use Us to End Hunger

    Scheduled for web release at 12:00AM 07/25/2017

    Radio Affiliate Airdate: 07/30/2017

    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. David Beckmann

    The Rev. David Beckmann

    The Rev. David Beckmann has been president of Bread for the World since 1991. A clergyman and economist, he has written many books and articles.

    Member of:

    Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

    Representative of:

    Bread for the World
    Faith and Global Hunger Series

    Faith and Global Hunger Series

    Day1 presents a special series of broadcasts focusing on the intersection of faith and world hunger, featuring Bishop Michael Curry, Barbara Lundblad, Hodding Carter III, and David Beckmann.