“At the Intersection of Love, Faith and Holy Outrage: The Women’s March and the Gospel” Matthew 5:1-12 God calls us as Christians to speak out for those who cannot speak; to call out incidents of injustice; to speak the truth and to call a lie, a lie. Listener, please note: Miriam mistakenly says “gentile Virginian” […]
Easter Sunday “Turned Out Better Than We Expected” Matthew 28:1-10 It is Easter morning. The disciples (and us) have lived through the arrest and death of their leader. They now hear of the resurrection of Jesus. How do we go about talking about what the resurrection means for our lives? Listen in…and choose your 6 words.
Fourth Sunday of Lent “The Prodigal Son” Luke 15 II Corinthians 5:17-21 Did you ever wonder what the mother of the prodigal son thought of what happened with her sons? With her husband? Listen in and listen anew as we hear this story told from the mother’s perspective.