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“On Easter Sunday someone usually says, ‘Christ is risen!’ and everyone else says, ‘Christ is risen indeed!’  But some people have a hard time with the Resurrection: they have a hard time believing it actually...
“The “Lost Years”…sounds like a suspense TV series…“The Lost Years” can also refer to a big chunk of Jesus’s life,” says Scott Spencer, author and New Testament scholar. He continues, “From infancy to 30, we...
“Where would we be without the faith of Mary and Elizabeth?” ponders Phillip Martin, pastor of Epiphany Lutheran Church in Richmond, Virginia. In today’s passage from Luke 1:39-45 (46-55), Mary allows herself to become God’s...
In today’s passage, Zephaniah 3:14-20, the prophet Zephaniah invited the people to “rejoice, to not be afraid, and to believe that God would bring healing and restoration…[Zephaniah] spoke these words to a people whose lives...
“Advent, this ‘getting ready’ season, can so easily become a season that is all about doing. Mostly, we get ready by working really hard,” begins Amy Starr Redwine pastor of Richmond’s First Presbyterian Church. She...
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