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“At times, we get eager. We try to hurry life up. We talk about this time next year, what we are going to do this summer, or next spring…But it is important to be fully...
“A little girl once asked her mother if the Bible story of Elijah flying to heaven on a chariot of fire was real or pretend. How would you have answered her question?” asks Brian McLaren....
Anna Carter Florence, Peter Marshall Professor of Preaching at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, shares this Sunday’s sermon on Mark 8:27-38.  Jesus asks his disciples a simple question: “Who do you say I am?”...
Rev. Rachel May dares to ask the question of how we read biblical texts. She wonders if we have been mis-reading the parable of the “Dishonest Manager” from Luke 16:1-13 all these years. Could we...

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