Current Tag: Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany

Rev. Dr. Kristin Adkins Whitesides, pastor of First Baptist Church in Winchester, Virginia, begins today’s sermon with a story about her ordination. She was ordained at her home church. Her father preached the sermon and...
“These are not your grandma’s beatitudes…In your grandma’s beatitudes, people are happy because their actions have led to some observable reward,” says Carla Pratt Keyes, pastor of Ginter Park Presbyterian Church, in Richmond, Virginia. In...
“What do you expect from a sermon?” It is a question that Will Willimon has asked many people through the years, and he has gotten a lot of interesting answers. If you had asked the...
Jim Somerville, Pastor of Richmond’s First Baptist Church and Co-Founder of A Sermon for Every Sunday, preaches a sermon called “The Power to Bless,” from Matthew 5:1-12. Matthew presents Jesus as the “Prophet like Moses,”...
“Don’t you dare leave! Sometimes love looks like this!” Michael Renninger’s grandmother told him, as his paralyzed grandfather lay in bed covered in “green goop” from his feeding tube. This scene taught Renninger a lesson...

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