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“Easter is the most hopeful day in the Christian year – a day we celebrate Christ’s resurrection and the incomparable news that death never has the last word! Not for Jesus. Not for us…God’s promises...
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...
The poem, “Home,” by Warsan Shire, a British writer born to Somali parents in Kenya begins, “No one leaves home unless/home is the mouth of a shark.” The poem continues, “You have to understand,/that no...
“When my children were young…one of their favorite books to read was Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Do you know that book? Almost everything you can imagine goes wrong for...
Carla Pratt Keyes, pastor of Ginter Park Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Virginia, begins today’s sermon a bit differently than most by inviting us to join her in a guided meditation. In today’s passage from Mark...
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