Current Tag: Third Sunday after the Epiphany

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...
“Where are you a local?” asks Reverend Amy Starr Redwine, pastor and head of staff at First Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia. In today’s passage, Matthew 4:12-23, we learn that Jesus does not go to his...
In this Sunday’s sermon from Luke 4:14-21, New Testament scholar Scott Spencer says, “Just as everyone remembers their first kiss, so preachers remember their first sermons. In both cases it’s usually a bittersweet memory.” But...
Father Michael Renninger, Pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia, preaches a sermon from Jonah 3:1-5 and 10 called, “Oh, Jonah He Lived in a Whale.” But he did so much more than...
The Rev. Dr. Gary Charles is pastor of Central Presbyterian Church in Atlanta, Georgia. In this sermon from Mark 1:14-20 he says, “I’m often astonished at how many people see following Jesus as optional equipment...
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