Current Tag: Twenty-Fourth Sunday after Pentecost

When it comes to immigration, our country and many other countries wrestle with the question of “who can be included and who should be excluded,” begins Ryan Ahlgrim, pastor of First Mennonite Church of Richmond,...
“At one of the men’s lunch groups this week, the topic of year-end performance appraisals came up. This particular men’s lunch group is made up of men who are not yet retired, and I deduced...
Father Michael Renninger, pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia, preaches a sermon from Deuteronomy 6:1-9 and Mark 12:28-34, the “Shema” in the Old Testament and the Great Commandment in the New. With...
The Rev. Dr. Judy Kincaid was the first runner up in our Pentecost Preaching Contest, and her sermon was so good we asked her if she had another one for another Sunday of the year....
MaryAnn McKibben Dana is a sought-after speaker, preacher, conference leader, and writer, specializing in issues of leadership, faith formation, technology, and congregational transformation.  This week she preaches a sermon based on Ruth 3:1-5; 4:13-17. What does...

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