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“About a year ago a house on my way to and home from church got painted pink. All the other houses along that street are plain-colored, ordinary-looking houses. That whole house, however, from the ground...
In today’s passage from Luke 13:10-17, a ‘bent over’ woman, crippled for eighteen years, shows up at the synagogue. She doesn’t seek out Jesus, but Jesus sees her. He puts his sermon on hold, lays...
Carla Pratt Keyes, pastor of Ginter Park Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia, begins today’s sermon with the poem “Lycanthropy of a Black Boy,” written by Richmond’s Poet Laureate, Roscoe Burnems. Keyes connects this poem to...
“Many of us are familiar with the story we often call Jonah and the whale,” begins Amy Starr Redwine, pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia. In today’s passage from Jonah 3:1-5 and 10,...
Jim Somerville wasn’t always a Baptist, but then he fell in love with a pretty Baptist girl and married not only into her family but into her church. His father-in-law once told him (with a...
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