Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan
Tuesday July 03, 2018
The Apostle Paul boasts to the Corinthians of his weakness, turning boasting on its head, says Dr. Kim Buchanan in her sermon this week. Paul explains that it is in his weakness that the power of Christ becomes real. It is in his weakness that he experiences God’s grace most profoundly.
Tuesday June 26, 2018
Dr. Kim Buchanan helps us find ourselves in the difficult and potentially hopeless situation the woman suffering from hemorrhages was in when she came to Jesus with a desperate faith. When Jesus became aware that healing power had gone out from him and asked who touched him, maybe his question wasn’t for information but was an invitation to the woman to testify about her healing, and about her own faith which made that healing possible.
Tuesday October 23, 2012
In her sermon on Mark 10:46-52, the Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan helps us cope with what we see in the world when Jesus restores our sight.
Tuesday June 09, 2009
The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan, pastor of Pilgrimage United Church of Christ, Marietta, GA, offers a thought-provoking sermon on Christ's parable of the seeds (Mark 4).
Sunday June 10, 2007
The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan reminds us that often God's grace comes to us, unasked for and undeserved, but all that is required is the choice to receive it or not.
Sunday June 03, 2007
The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan delves into a meaningful and faithful exploration of trinitarian theology.
Sunday March 07, 2004
The Rev. Dr. Kim Buchanan, pastor of Pilgrimage United Church of Christ in Woodstock, Georgia, talks about making the most of our spiritual walk with Christ.
Sunday February 01, 2004
The Rev. Dr. Kim Buchanan, pastor of Pilgrimage United Church of Christ in Woodstock, Georgia, challenges listeners to find their calling in Christ.
Articles by The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan
Wednesday December 22, 2010
Trying to find meaning in the Christmas season.
Wednesday September 08, 2010
The planned Qur'an burning hits close to home.
Wednesday August 18, 2010
Dr. Laura and the Apostle Paul on "beneficial speech."
Friday August 13, 2010
A poem describing the pain of exclusion...
Friday August 06, 2010
All that stands between wanting to take action and taking it is one question: What do we do next?
Thursday July 29, 2010
Finding God in an unexpected moment of stillness...
Friday June 18, 2010
When did we forget how to apologize?
Thursday June 10, 2010
My grand nephew Chandler's health issues have me thinking--again--about human kindness.
Friday May 28, 2010
We all bear some culpability for the oil spill in the Gulf.
Thursday May 06, 2010
When it comes to spiritual growth, "slow and steady wins the race."
Wednesday April 28, 2010
Some reflections on Confirmation Sunday...
Wednesday April 21, 2010
Trying to find a loving community.
Friday March 12, 2010
As a woman who serves as pastor, I am a beneficiary of Christian Social Justice.
Friday March 05, 2010
Every moment we live is a second chance.
Friday February 26, 2010
The economy is forcing many of us to stay in places longer than we had planned. What might these circumstances teach us?
Friday February 12, 2010
Coming to grips with a slow resurrection.
Friday January 08, 2010
Celebrating Jesus' baptism; celebrating our own.
Wednesday December 23, 2009
Finding Good News in the economic downturn.
Thursday December 10, 2009
On this International Human Rights Day, how might we Christians live human dignity as Jesus taught it?
Friday November 06, 2009
What does the person of faith do the day after an act of senseless violence?
Friday October 09, 2009
Reflections on Obama's being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize...or should we call it the Nobel Potential Peace Prize?
Friday October 02, 2009
When my sister-in-law and brother asked for help, WE received the blessing.
Sunday August 23, 2009
The wall excluding gay and lesbian members from full inclusion in the church is coming down!
Thursday August 13, 2009
What might happen to the healthcare debate if we really started listening to each other?
Thursday August 06, 2009
How might true Christian hospitality--treating everyone as if they are beloved, whole, precious human beings--change the healthcare debate?
Friday July 31, 2009
Reflections on the Episcopal Church's decision to ordain gay and lesbian people to ministry.
Friday July 24, 2009
A visit to Koinonia Farm puts recent media madness in perspective.
Monday July 06, 2009
I thought I'd been teaching 8 year old Anna faith, while all the time she'd been teaching me.
Thursday July 02, 2009
Reflections on the recent Vatican decision to assess the "quality of life" of women religious in the United States.
Friday June 26, 2009
Reflections on the Holocaust Museum shooting on June 10, 2009.
Friday May 29, 2009
Through the Women Touched by Grace program I am learning about Benedictine spirituality. Both WTBG and Benedictine spirituality are changing my life.
Friday May 22, 2009
Trying to figure out precisely how to live the Christ life in REAL life....
Friday May 15, 2009
Looking at two stories, one about a handful of mints, the other about an overdue library book, I explore the questions: Have we lost the ability to tell right from wrong?
Video by The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan
Monday October 27, 2014
Jesus said, Let your 'yes' be 'yes,' and your 'no,' 'no.' Dr. Kim Buchanan offers some inspiring insight into these words in this Day1 Reflection video.
Radio by The Rev. Dr. Kimberleigh Buchanan
Tuesday June 12, 2007
In this podcast extra, the Rev. Dr. Kim Buchanan, pastor of Pilgrimage United Church of Christ in Marietta, GA, shares her personal insights and experiences.