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The disciples and Jesus were walking and talking. Then “he suddenly started floating, rising up into the sky, away from them, away from them all over again,” says Rev. Dr. Amy Butler, Interim Senior Minister...
“It happened three years ago. Pope Francis went to visit a small church in Rome. As part of his visit, five children were selected to ask the Pope a question,” begins Father Michael Renninger, pastor...
Jim Somerville preaches a sermon for All Saints’ Sunday called “The End of the Story,” based on Revelation 21:1-6a. Where do we get the idea that death is not the end of us? What did...
Dr. Jim Somerville, Pastor of Richmond’s First Baptist Church and Co-Founder of A Sermon for Every Sunday preaches a sermon from Mark 1:4-11 called, “From a Ripped-Open Sky.” Only Mark uses the verb schizomenous–“ripped open”–to...
“It’s not everyday that the Bible makes a grown man cry. But I remember one day that it did. It was this passage from Luke’s gospel that did it,” begins Jim Somerville, Pastor of Richmond’s...
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