A Sermon for Every Sunday–2 weeks in a row!

My friend Jim Sommerville had had an intriguing idea – video sermons keyed to the lectionary texts for every Sunday of the year. I’ve enjoyed participating in his program from the first and commend it to you.  Lots of congregations and adult learning groups are subscribing to “A Sermon Every Sunday” and listening to videoContinue reading “A Sermon for Every Sunday–2 weeks in a row!”

A Sermon for Every Sunday

My friend Jim Sommerville had had an intriguing idea – video sermons keyed to the lectionary texts for every Sunday of the year. I’ve enjoyed participating in his program from the first and commend it to you.  Lots of congregations and adult learning groups are subscribing to “A Sermon Every Sunday” and listening to videoContinue reading “A Sermon for Every Sunday”

Why Christians and politics should mix

The News and Observer OP-ED MAY 14, 2016 I have met the political enemy – me and my fellow Christians who find it so hard to live our convictions Christians are ‘political’ in that beliefs, including religious beliefs, have political consequences We believe that Jesus Christ reigns, not Caesar; that God, not nations, rules theContinue reading “Why Christians and politics should mix”

Listen to Sermons from Duke Chapel

Listen to  Sermons from Duke Chapel Due to the good efforts of Chuck Campbell and Luke Powery at Duke Divinity, Duke University has just published for download a huge collection of sermons from Duke Chapel going all the way back to my sermons in 2000.  This is stage one of a process of putting allContinue reading “Listen to Sermons from Duke Chapel”