The Rev. Peter M. Wallace

Denomination: The Episcopal Church (TEC)
Organization: Alliance for Christian Media

The Rev. Peter Marsden Wallace is executive producer and host of the Day1 ecumenical radio and internet ministry and president of the Alliance for Christian Media, based in Atlanta, Georgia.

Peter is the author of:
Getting to Know Jesus (Again): Meditations for Lent;

The Passionate Jesus: What We Can Learn from Jesus about Love, Fear, Grief, Joy and Living Authentically;

Connected: You and God in the Psalms; Living Loved: Knowing Jesus as the Lover of Your Soul;

Out of the Quiet: Responding to God's Whispered Invitations; and

TruthQuest Devotional Journal.

He is also the editor of Faith and Science in the 21st Century, a Day1 formation resource for adults and youth (Church Publishing), and of Heart and Soul: The Emotions of Jesus (Church Publishing).

He has contributed to Feasting on the Word, lectionary-based preaching resource published by Westminster-John Knox, as well as numerous books, study Bibles, devotional guides, magazines, teaching curriculums, video series, online blogs, and other resources. He lives in Atlanta.

Raised in the United Methodist church, the son and grandson of Methodist ministers in West Virginia, he earned a bachelor's degree in journalism/advertising from Marshall University and a Master of Theology degree from Dallas Theological Seminary, Dallas, Texas. He has been a confirmed member of The Episcopal Church since 1991, and since 2014 has been serving as an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Atlanta.

Before coming to Day1 in 2001, Peter was senior copywriter and broadcast producer for Larry Smith & Associates Advertising & Design in Atlanta for eleven years, and earlier served as editorial director for Walk Thru the Bible Ministries.

Day1 Weekly Programs by The Rev. Peter M. Wallace

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Peter Wallace: Let's Dance

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 host and producer Peter Wallace offers a sermon on the two very different dances found in 2 Samuel and Mark 6, and encourages us to follow David's example of a liberated worship of God.

Articles by The Rev. Peter M. Wallace

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Welcome to the Day1 Blog!

Monday March 30, 2009
We're launching the Day1 blog to keep you up to date with what's happening with the Day1 radio program and Day1.org

What's New at Day1

Monday March 30, 2009
Latest news about the Day1 ministry: What's new at Day1.org, and the growth of our radio affiliate network.

What's New at Day1

Monday March 30, 2009
A quick update about what's happening at Day1 this week.

A Welcoming Place

Monday March 30, 2009
Sometimes the world surprises us with its places of welcome. How can our churches be more welcoming places for all who seek to know and love God? Let me share an experience I had about that with you.

Going Through the Motions

Monday March 30, 2009
Sometimes when life interrupts our carefully crafted to-do lists, the last thing we feel like doing is worshiping God. But perhaps simply going through the motions can help.

What are you afraid of?

Monday March 30, 2009
Peter Wallace offers a 5-part video series on the Psalms, focusing on the theme of fear.

That They May All Be One

Monday March 30, 2009
What did Jesus mean when he prayed that we may all be one?

The Message of Michael Jackson

Monday March 30, 2009
What was it about the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, that has caused such an outpouring of emotion around the world?

Peter Wallace: The Refreshing Waters of Eternity

Monday March 30, 2009
In a reflection on Psalm 87, Peter Wallace helps us tap into the spiritually refreshing springs of heaven.

The Epiphany Call

Monday March 30, 2009
Some thoughts about God's call and our response for the 5th Sunday after Epiphany--originally posted at The Beatitudes Society's Be@ts 2.0.

Good Friday: The Wine of Love

Monday March 30, 2009
As Jesus hangs on the cross, he is offered sour wine--the wine of death. Yet in his death he offers us the wine of live and of love.

Easter Is Day One

Monday March 30, 2009
Easter is day one. Sunday. Resurrection day. The first day of a new way of life. And it's filled with the unexpected. Now what?

Forgiven (Psalm 32)

Monday March 30, 2009
The righteous and the upright aren't perfect people, they're forgiven people. They are honest, authentic people who make their mistakes, problems, fears, and failures known to God and make things right with people they've wounded in the process, as best they can.

Quenching Our Spiritual Thirst (Psalm 42-43)

Monday March 30, 2009
When it comes to seeking God’s presence, believers feel an instinctual yearning. It’s a holy lust. A spiritually magnetic pull. A longing so deep in our souls that it feels as powerful as the tides of the earth.

Psalm 77: Calming a Troubled Life

Monday March 30, 2009
Sleeplessness has created a number of successful industries. As this week's Psalm reminds us, the problem is, when you are troubled by life, nothing works very well. Except being honest with God.

Faith, Poverty & the MDGs: The Time Is Now

Monday March 30, 2009
President Jimmy Carter's Sept. 12 capstone message to our "Faith & Global Hunger" Series, captures the urgency and the hope we have to answer God's call to serve the poor and hungry of the world.

The Mainline Church: A Confusing but Hopeful Future

Monday March 30, 2009
Recently Patheos.com invited me to share my thoughts about the future of mainline Protestantism. Since we work with all the major mainline denominations, you'd think that would be an easy task...

Why the Name "Day1"?

Monday March 30, 2009
I’ve been asked about the name of our radio program more than once””the latest came in a conversation last week. Sure, the name is simple and it sounds nice, but many people don’t get it. Well, here’s the scoop.

Golden Rule Day: Some Unlikely Saints Weigh In

Monday March 30, 2009
In observance of International Golden Rule Day today, here is a post on two unlikely saints who weighed in on this life-guiding principle: Stan Lee and Soupy Sales.

A Basket of Summer Fruit: God and the Poor

Monday March 30, 2009
Nearly 3,000 years ago, God gave the Hebrew prophet Amos a vision that must have looked a lot like the fruit bowl on my kitchen table. "Amos, what do you see?" God asked. And Amos answered, "A basket of summer fruit." Sounds nice.

How to Get Along with Believers You Disagree With

Monday March 30, 2009
Churches -- and their denominations -- can be hotbeds of controversy. In these times of troubling differences on fundamental issues involving faith, theology, and life, there's no telling how people who disagree will treat each other.

Many Religions, One God? A Review of Stephen Prothero’s “God Is Not One”

Monday March 30, 2009
A recent Gallup poll indicates that about 95% of Americans believe in God, but that our definitions of who or what God is differ markedly. This may be a good indication that Stephen Prothero is on to something. But I'm not sure he makes his case.

The Christian Call to Civility: Love One Another

Monday March 30, 2009
Recent events seem to uncover the dark side of human nature. But they also remind us to follow Jesus' challenging call to set an example and "love one another."

Embracing Your Calling: Should You Take the Risk?

Monday March 30, 2009
There comes a time when each of us who accepts God's invitation to authentic life must leave home, comfort, familiarity and security to step out into an unknown land.

Shining the Light on the Wise Men: A Review of Revelation of the Magi

Monday March 30, 2009
This year a number of Christmas stockings will no doubt be stuffed with a copy of a beautiful little book, Revelation of the Magi. It’s the first English translation of an ancient manuscript that has languished in the Vatican library for centuries.

Christmas Eve in the TV Truck

Monday March 30, 2009
For the past several years I've spent Christmas Eve in a TV truck. And it's usually been a very holy experience.

I Have Seen the Future of Preaching, and It's a Beautiful Thing

Monday March 30, 2009
After an intense three days with nearly 130 young preachers from all faith traditions at the National Festival of Young Preachers, I have more hope for the future than ever.

This Week's Psalm: Included (Psalm 15)

Monday March 30, 2009
The psalmist struggled with this question: Who is worthy to be part of God's family? Psalm 15 provides some clues as to the kind of people God likes to be with.

Thirsty for God: A Meditation on Water

Monday March 30, 2009
While you ponder, pray about, and respond to the critical issue of physical thirst, take a moment also to consider your spiritual thirst.

Nicodemus in the Shadows: A Good Friday Meditation

Monday March 30, 2009
What must it have been like for Nicodemus, the Pharisee who approached Jesus by night, who struggled to understand this radical rabbi, to experience Jesus' crucifixion?

Helping the Homeless: It Starts with Getting to Know Them

Monday March 30, 2009
A few weeks ago I had an experience that helped to open my eyes, and my heart, regarding homeless persons, and how the church might more effectively serve them.

Dealing with Doubt: Are God's Promises of Happiness True?

Monday March 30, 2009
What are we to make of the glowing promises God makes in the Bible--for instance, Psalm 128--for those who trust in God? What if they don't come true?

What Are You Hoarding, and Why?

Monday March 30, 2009
Digging deeper into Jesus' teaching in Matthew 6:19-21 about stockpiling treasure in heaven makes me wonder what I really treasure in life.

Cries in the Street: Listening to the Homeless

Monday March 30, 2009
On a recent day with ministry colleagues on the streets of Atlanta, I heard echoes of Psalm 55 in the cries of the homeless people we listened to.

This Week's Psalm: Counting Our Days (Psalm 90)

Monday March 30, 2009
Psalm 90 (this week's lectionary psalm) encourages us to live every day to the full, trusting in God's loving, steadfast presence.

This Week's Psalm: Rising Above Stress (Ps. 107)

Monday March 30, 2009
Psalm 107 reminds us that when we are burdened by stress and anxiety in life, God's steadfast love offers a way to rise above it.

NEWS: Peter Wallace Elected President of Alliance for Christian Media

Monday March 30, 2009
The producer and host of Day1, Peter Wallace, was elected president of the Alliance for Christian Media effective January 1.

Young Preachers Offer Hope for the Church's Future

Monday March 30, 2009
Spending four days with over 120 young preachers from a diverse spectrum of locations and denominations has only increased my hope for the future of the church. Here's my report from the 2012 National Conference of Young Preachers, put on by the Academy of Preachers.

Spending Lent in the Psalms - Daily Meditations

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 host and author Peter Wallace invites you to join him in meditating on the Psalms every day from Ash Wednesday through Holy Week.

Embracing the Cross: A Lenten Meditation on Mark 8:34

Monday March 30, 2009
In the gospel text for this Sunday, Jesus encourages us to take up our cross. What might happen if we do?

The Four Spiritual Invitations: Saying Something About God

Monday March 30, 2009
I got stumped the other day by what would seem to be a rather easy question: “Would you say something to us about God?”

Chris Yaw Interviews Day1's Peter Wallace: The Message of the Mainline

Monday March 30, 2009
Chris Yaw, producer of ChurchNext.tv, interview the host and producer of Day1, Peter Wallace, on the state of preaching, the message of the mainline church, and how we need to be open to the new things that are happening today.

An Unexpected Encounter: Putting My Anti-Racism Training to Work

Monday March 30, 2009
After you spend time and energy trying to learn something, sometimes God gives you an opportunity to put it into practice, ready or not. And that's a good thing because it compels us to live what we've learned. For me, it happened the moment I walked out the door after an anti-racism training workshop.

Quieting the Storm: A Reflection on Mark 4:35-41

Monday March 30, 2009
The miracle of Jesus' authority over nature recorded in this Sunday's gospel must have left his disciples stunned and slack-jawed. His reprimand surely made them feel small; it’s clear that he was telling them they could exercise this same power if they only had faith.

Jesus' Unexpected Presence: A Meditation on John 6:16-21

Monday March 30, 2009
Jesus tends to pop up unexpectedly in places where we desperately need him, as he did to the disciples, fearing for their lives in a storm and then fearing for their sanity when they saw him walking toward them on the roiling surface of the angry lake.

Ultimate Intimacy: A meditation on John 6:53-57

Monday March 30, 2009
The Eucharist provides us with an unforgettable image of what Jesus deeply desires: to be totally a part of us, intimately integrated with us at the cellular level.

Meeting the Surprisingly Real Jesus in the Pages of the Gospels

Monday March 30, 2009
Unconsciously, I once adopted this approach to emotions as "Christlike." I kept the edge off how I was feeling so as to avoid conflict or inappropriate behavior or even deep, honest love. But this kind of living is as far as one can get from being truly like Jesus.

Experiencing the Passionate, Honest Love of Jesus

Monday March 30, 2009
Jesus expressed a wide range of emotions with his followers, but love was the foundation of them all. It was all part of the complete package of authentic emotions felt and expressed by the passionate Jesus.

Living with Passionate Authenticity--Like Jesus Did

Monday March 30, 2009
God seeks a spirit of truth within us, a spirit that can only be realized when our emotional life is integrated with our spiritual life, when we are the same person on the outside as we are on the inside. Jesus said in John 4, "God is spirit, and those who worship God must worship in spirit and truth."

Anger in the Service of Justice: Following Jesus' Example

Monday March 30, 2009
The dreadful Newtown school shooting is waking up a vast number of people of faith, who are channeling their anger into seeking just responses in its aftermath. And we find an example for doing so in the person of Jesus, whose birth we celebrate in this season -- a holy occasion dampened by our tears of grief and outrage.

David Crumm Interviews Day1's Peter Wallace on His Book, The Passionate Jesus

Monday March 30, 2009
For years, ReadTheSpirit has recommended both Peter’s work and the Day1 network. Currently, our websites share a popular columnist, the Rev. Dr. Benjamin Pratt. This mutual encouragement includes our recommendation of Peter’s newest book, The Passionate Jesus: What We Can Learn from Jesus about Love, Fear, Grief, Joy and Living Authentically.

Rethinking Jesus in Lent: What He Can Teach Us About Emotional Authenticity

Monday March 30, 2009
During Lent, many Christians take time to contemplate their lives honestly and prayerfully, and focus afresh on Jesus -- who he was, what he did and taught, how he lived and how he calls us to live. An intense examination of the Gospel accounts of Jesus' life and ministry can open us to some challenging realities that we must deal with. And what better time to do so than in Lent?

"I Thirst" - A Good Friday Reflection

Monday March 30, 2009
After this, when Jesus knew that all was now finished, he said (in order to fulfill the scripture), "I am thirsty." A jar full of sour wine was standing there. So they put a sponge full of the wine on a branch of hyssop and held it to his mouth. -- John 19:28-29

Praying for Boston

Monday March 30, 2009
As the news reports continue, we pray for the dead and injured and their families and friends in Boston--and try to make some sense of it all.

The Institution May Be Dying, But the Need Is Not

Monday March 30, 2009
No matter what denomination or faith tradition, organized religion is declining. And yet people still yearn for a connection to their spiritual core, a relationship with the reality beyond themselves.

Jesus: A Model for Living Authentically

Monday March 30, 2009
Recently I heard an interview on NPR with Reza Aslan, author of the new book Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth. Asked about the different ways to think about Jesus, Aslan said, 'There are billions of Christians in the world who believe that Jesus of Nazareth is the living incarnation of God. And that's a perfectly fine belief, but whatever else he was -- whether he was the Messiah, or God, or what have you -- he was also a man, he was a human being.'

My Dear God, Make It Clean: David, Flannery O'Connor, and Psalm 51

Monday March 30, 2009
The September 16 issue of The New Yorker included some intriguing excerpts from a journal written by the young Flannery O'Connor under the title, 'My Dear God.' I wonder if she had Psalm 51 in mind when she wrote one entry.

Following the Instructions: A sermon on the parable of the dishonest manager (Luke 16:1-13)

Monday March 30, 2009
Use your money wisely, Jesus says””use it up, give it away to make friends in the faith, who will welcome you into the eternal homes.

This Is the Night: A Sermon for Holy Saturday/Easter Vigil

Monday March 30, 2009
The Easter Vigil service begins in darkness. It is the darkness of the closed up tomb where Jesus' body lay on Holy Saturday. The stone has been rolled in front of it. No light enters. It is utterly dark. Jesus' torn and beaten body is already beginning to stink--the women are planning to bring spices to help preserve his body in the morning. But now, it is Saturday, in the dark, airless, deathly still tomb. It is not a pleasant place to be.

Listening to Jesus: The Waste of Worry

Monday March 30, 2009
What if you could actually take a hike with Jesus and have a conversation about life and faith?

Let Jesus Show! A Christmas sermon on Luke 2:1-20

Monday March 30, 2009
As we celebrate the birth of Jesus, we join the lowly shepherds who, in the midst of their impoverished, treacherous life, were welcomed by angels to experience the glory of the nativity--and then to let Jesus show in their lives.

Engaging the Spiritually Disconnected: Inviting the Culture to Move to the Deeper End of Life's Pool

Monday March 30, 2009
A whole and significant life involves all aspects of our being, but I fear many of us are missing the depth of our internal spiritual being. Out of a blazing inner life I believe can come rich meaning and purpose for life, a heart for serving others, and passionate engagement with others. What else is our existence for?

Humble Things: A devotional for Advent 4 (Micah 5:2-5a, Luke 1:39-55)

Monday March 30, 2009
We may see our gifts as pitiful, our lives as little, our calling as lowly. But in God’s eyes, nothing could be further from the truth.

The Meaning of Life: A Parable

Monday March 30, 2009
On the night after I returned from a vacation to Southeast Asia, the day after the memorial service for my mentor and colleague and Day1 leader Dr. Bill Self, I had a dream....

Humble Things: A Meditation for the Last Days of Advent

Monday March 30, 2009
An Advent meditation on Micah 5:2-5a and Luke 1:39-55.

What's Up with the Day1 Website?

Monday March 30, 2009
Executive Producer and Host Peter Wallace offers some behind the scenes information about the ministry of Day1.

The Rev. Peter Wallace: Ash Wednesday--Preparing for Lent

Monday March 30, 2009
As followers of Jesus prepare for the season of Lent, Day1 host Peter Wallace reflect on the meaning of Ash Wednesday. An excerpt from his new book, "Getting to Know Jesus (Again)."

Peter Wallace: Spending Lent in the Psalms

Monday March 30, 2009
The host of Day1 and author of the new Lenten devotional, "Getting to Know Jesus (Again): Meditations for Lent," offers brief daily meditations on psalms for this holy season.

Peter Wallace: A Full and Passionate Life: Robert Law and "The Emotions of Jesus"

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 host and producer Peter Wallace reveals why he revised and updated a century-old book on the emotions of Jesus by a Scottish Presbyterian preacher.

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What Are You Afraid Of? - Peter Wallace on the Psalms

Monday March 30, 2009
Peter Wallace, host of Day1 and author of the new book Connected: You and God in the Psalms, discusses how the Psalms can help us deal with the ever-present emotion of fear.

Finding a Safe Place - Peter Wallace on the Psalms

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 Host Peter Wallace continues his discussion of fear in this video discussion about finding a safe place.

Cost of Fear - Peter Wallace on the Psalms

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 host and author Peter Wallace continues his discussion on coping with fear with this installment on the "Cost of Fear" in your life. What is holding you back?

Love and Fear - Peter Wallace on the Psalms

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 host and author Peter Wallace continues his reflections on the Psalms and coping with fear. This time he draws from Psalm 56 to examine the great risks of love and the fear of rejection or loneliness.

Wisdom in the Midst of Fear - Peter Wallace on the Psalms

Monday March 30, 2009
Day1 host and author Peter Wallace continues his discussion of the psalms and coping with fear this time pondering the challenge of wisdom in the midst of great fear.

Living a Fruitful Life

Monday March 30, 2009
Those who delight in the law of the lord are like trees planted near streams of water, which yeild their fruit in its season, and their leaves do not wither; in all that they do, they prosper. Psalm 1:3

Sign of Hope

Monday March 30, 2009
God said, "This is the sign of the covenant that I make between me and you and every living creature that is with you, for all future generations: I have set my bow in the clouds, and it shall be a sign of the covenant between me and the earth." ””Genesis 9:12-13

Let There Be Light

Monday March 30, 2009
In the beginning when God created the heavens and the earth, the earth was a formless void and darkness covered the face of the deep, while a wind from God swept over the face of the waters. Then God said, "Let there be light"; and there was light. And God saw that the light was good... ””Genesis 1:1-4

Praying The Lord's Prayer

Monday March 30, 2009
What's God saying to us today? Peter Wallace offers insights on the prayer Jesus offered his disciples in Matthew 6:9-13

An Invitation to Delight

Monday March 30, 2009
Happy are those who do not follow the advice of the wicked, or take the path that sinners tread, or sit in the seat of scoffers; but their delight is in the law of the Lord, and on his law they meditate day and night. ””Psalm 1:1,2

Trusting The Promise

Monday March 30, 2009
What is God saying to us today? Day1 host Peter Wallace offers a video meditation on Genesis 5:1-5.

A New Name

Monday March 30, 2009
When Abram was ninety-nine years old, the Lord appeared to Abram, and said to him... "No longer shall your name be Abram, but your name shall be Abraham; for I have made you the ancestor of a multitude of nations. ””Genesis 17:1-5

Holy Ground

Monday March 30, 2009
Then God said, "Come no closer! Remove the sandals from your feet, for the place on which you are standing is holy ground." ””Exodus 3:5

God Knows Us

Monday March 30, 2009
Then the Lord said, "I have observed the misery of my people who are in Egypt; I have heard their cry on account of their taskmasters. Indeed, I know their sufferings, and I have come down to deliver them from the Egyptians, and to bring them up out of that land to a good and broad land, a land flowing with milk and honey..." ””Exodus 3:7-8

The Value of Rest

Monday March 30, 2009
"In six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that is in them, but rested the seventh day; therefore the Lord blessed the sabbath day and consecrated it. ””Exodus 20:11

A Blessing For You

Monday March 30, 2009
"The Lord bless you and keep you; the Lord make his face to shine upon you, and be gracious to you; the Lord lift up his countenance upon you, and give you peace." ””Numbers 6:24-26

Open Your Hand

Monday March 30, 2009
God says, "Since there will never cease to be some in need on the earth, I therefore command you, 'Open your hand to the poor and needy neighbor in your land.'" ””Deuteronomy 15:11

Strong and Bold

Monday March 30, 2009
Moses told Joshua, "Be strong and bold; have no fear or dread of them, because it is the Lord your God who goes with you; he will not fail you or forsake you." ””Deuteronomy 31:6

Dwelling With God

Monday March 30, 2009
You [God] certainly love your people. All your holy ones are in your hands. They bow at your feet to receive your instructions. ””Deuteronomy 33:3

Soul Friends

Monday March 30, 2009
The soul of Jonathan was bound to the soul of David, and Jonathan loved him as his own soul. ””1 Samuel 18:1

Security in God

Monday March 30, 2009
The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my deliverer, my God, my rock, in whom I take refuge, my shield and the horn of my salvation, my stronghold and my refuge, my savior; you save me from violence. ””2 Samuel 22:2,3

Dealing with Anger

Monday March 30, 2009
When you are disturbed, do not sin; ponder it on your beds, and be silent. ””Psalm 4:4

Peaceful Sleep

Monday March 30, 2009
I fall asleep in peace the moment I lie down because you alone, O LORD, enable me to live securely. ””Psalm 4:8

Waiting for God

Monday March 30, 2009
Be gracious to me, O Lord, for I am languishing; O Lord, heal me, for my bones are shaking with terror. My soul also is struck with terror, while you, O Lord””how long? Turn, O Lord, save my life; deliver me for the sake of your steadfast love. ””Psalm 6:2-4

Heavenly Perspective

Monday March 30, 2009
O Lord, our Sovereign, how majestic is your name in all the earth! You have set your glory above the heavens. ””Psalm 8:1

Do Not Worry

Monday March 30, 2009
Jesus said, "Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life, what you will eat or what you will drink, or about your body, what you will wear. Is not life more than food, and the body more than clothing? ... And can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your span of life?" -- Matthew 6:25,27

Priorities In Life

Monday March 30, 2009
Jesus said, "Strive first for the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well." ””Matthew 6:33

The Golden Rule

Monday March 30, 2009
Jesus said, "In everything do to others as you would have them do to you; for this is the law and the prophets." ””Matthew 7:12

No Good Without God

Monday March 30, 2009
Protect me, O God, for in you I take refuge. I say to the Lord, "You are my Lord; I have no good apart from you." ””Psalm 16:1-2

A Life of Joy

Monday March 30, 2009
You show me the path of life. In your presence there is fullness of joy; in your right hand are pleasures forevermore. ””Psalm 16:11

Peter Wallace on John 6:56-69: ON Scripture Video

Monday March 30, 2009
This week's ON Scripture video on John 6:56-69 features Day1 host Peter Wallace. Watch it here.

Commitment of Love

Monday March 30, 2009
Ruth said [to Naomi], "Do not press me to leave you or to turn back from following you! Where you go, I will go; Where you lodge, I will lodge; your people shall be my people, and your God my God. ””Ruth 1:16

The Passionate Jesus - Peter Wallace

Monday March 30, 2009
The Rev. Peter Wallace, author of "The Passionate Jesus" and host of the "Day1" radio program, offers ways that we can get to know the real Jesus, who experienced and expressed the same emotions that we do.