In a special sermon for the 3rd Sunday after Pentecost, the Rev. Jane Mitchell Weston says the two parables in Mark 4 give us imagery of the kingdom of God starting as something tiny, almost imperceptible, and growing in mysterious and magnificent ways. Yet the growth in the parable is God’s doing, not ours--which can liberate us from the feeling that we have to do it all, that we’re in charge of the success of the Kingdom of God.
Day1 is pleased to present a pilot for a potential new weekly podcast: Worship On the Way. Experience a half hour worship experience with hymns, songs, and prayers, along with a powerful sermon by an outstanding Day1 preacher.
Here's the audio version of The Alban Conversation with Nathan Kirkpatrick, Day1's Peter Wallace, and Duke's Christine Parton Burkett on preaching Easter online--and anytime.
The Rev. Dr. John Vannorsdall, Lutheran pastor and chaplain at Yale University and Gettysburg Seminary, was the Protestant Hour's regular Lutheran preacher from 1976 until 1990. He passed away earlier this week. We remember him and his astounding impact on the church with a presentation of his Easter sermon originally airing April 6, 1980. May he rest in peace.
Get a sneak preview of a special Day1 program that will air on the radio on June 14, with the Rev. Peter Wallace offering a sermon entitled, "Love in the Time of Coronavirus." And gain ideas for how to share God's love in difficult times.
In this audio feature, the Rev. Gordon Stewart compares Thomas Aquinas' experience at Paris University with today's Liberty University.
In this audio feature, the Rev. Gordon Stewart reflects on the tide pools he played in as a child, wondering if, like religion, the soul itself is like a tide pool.
The Rev. Gordon Stewart offers an audio essay reflecting on the story of Dr. Kosuke Koyama and Hiroshima Day, August 6, the day the bomb was dropped.
The Rev. Gordon Stewart reflects on manatees, Blue Springs State Park in Florida.
'Memorial Day and the Soldier’s Helmet' is one of the chapters from 'Be Still! Departure from Collective Madness,' by Gordon Stewart, p.10-12.
One of America's best known preachers and teachers of preachers, Dr. Fred Craddock, talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about the art and science of preaching. This is the audio podcast version of the video interview premiered at the 2008 Festival of Homiletics.
We're honored to present this special Advent series by one of America's most beloved preachers, the Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock. In this audio sermon for the fourth Sunday in Advent, "God Is With Us," Dr. Craddock concludes his series with a powerful and moving look at the Nativity (Matthew 1:18-25).
We're honored to present this special Advent series by one of America's most beloved preachers, the Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock. In this audio sermon for the third Sunday in Advent, "No Wind, No Fire, and God," Dr. Craddock shares surprising insights on Jesus and John the Baptist in Matthew 11:2-11.
We're honored to present this special Advent series by one of America's most beloved preachers, the Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock. In this audio sermon for the second Sunday in Advent, "Wind, Fire, and God," Dr. Craddock unpacks the story of John the Baptist (Matthew 3:1-12).
We're honored to present this special Advent series by one of America's most beloved preachers, the Rev. Dr. Fred Craddock. In this audio sermon for the first Sunday in Advent, "Only God Knows," Dr. Craddock explores Jesus' teaching on the coming "day and hour" in Matthew 24:36-44.
Carl McColman, author of The Big Book of Christian Mysticism, talks with Day1 host Peter Wallace about the history, purpose, and practices of contemplation and mysticism in the Christian faith.
The Rev. Dr. Kenneth Carter, United Methodist pastor and author, shares practical insights for church leaders on dealing with money and stewardship in the midst of an economic crisis.
The Rev. Dr. Bill Self, a trusted motivational leader, reminds us of the goodness of others in this message of faith and hope. Polish someone else's halo for once.
The Rev. Dr. William L. Self brings you positive and powerful messages of faith and hope as a trusted motivational leader. This time discussing the importance of sticking to your dreams, no matter what the challenges, because one day they will come true.
Rev. Dr. Bill Self discusses the difficulties of all human life and the importance of persevering through the hardships that make life beautiful. A Good Day with Dr. Bill Self.