Current Tag: Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

Carla Pratt Keyes, pastor of Ginter Park Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia preaches a sermon called “Be Who You Are” from Romans 6:1b-11. Keyes shares a conversation from a podcast by Kate Bowler in which...
“In order to communicate truth, most of the times, humans use prose…full sentences, complete paragraphs, linear logic. Prose is fine for propositional truth or for flat, mundane things…But, at times, in order to move people...
“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...
In today’s sermon, Ryan Ahlgrim, pastor of First Mennonite Church in Richmond, Virginia, asks the thought-provoking question, “Will we trust God when we are faced with the loss of everything?” Ahlgrim preaches from Genesis 22:1-14,...
You would expect Psalm 66 to invite Israel, God’s chosen people, to praise the Lord. However, in a surprisingly magnanimous gesture, the psalmist invites the whole earth to praise the God of Israel. Listen as...
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