Current Tag: Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

“But to what will I compare this generation? It is like children sitting in the marketplaces and calling to one another…” begins today’s passage from Matthew 11:16-19 and 25-30. Rev. Phillip Martin, pastor of Epiphany...
“Action or contemplation?  Service or worship?  Hospitality or prayer?  For as long as the church has existed, we’ve debated these dichotomies.  Which is more important – kneeling at the altar, or mopping the church floors? ...
“It’s July 4, the day when we celebrate our national Independence, the founding of our Republic,” says Will Willimon, professor of the Practice of Christian Ministry at Duke Divinity School, acclaimed pastor, and author of...
Why did Jesus teach in parables? The disciples asked Jesus, and Jesus responds something along these lines, “They think they know everything about who God is and how he works. Their minds have become so...
“What would you do if Jesus Christ came to your house for dinner?” asks Rev. Judy Kincaid, pastor of New Hope Lutheran Church and Little Elk Creek Lutheran Church, both in Menomonie Wisconsin. Kincaid preaches...
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