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This Sunday’s preacher, Richard Ward, is the Fred B. Craddock Professor Emeritus of Preaching and Practical Theology at Phillips Seminary in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Ward begins today’s sermon from Luke 8:26-39, “The Healing Power of Incarnate...
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...
“It was a humdinger of a homily. It was a sandstorm of a sermon. It was full of passion and prophetic power…It was the sermon I planned to give,” begins Father Michael Renninger, pastor of...
“Some of the best stories in the Bible are the stories of David, the shepherd boy, the musician, the poet, the warrior, Israel’s greatest king…Of all the many and colorful characters in the Bible, David...
“The traditional Gospel reading for Easter Sunday is John 20:1-18, where Mary Magdalene comes to the tomb early on the first day of the week, while it is still dark.  You know that story.  It’s...
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