A Strangely Warmed Mother’s Day

Are you scheduled to preach this weekend? Forget about it! It’s Mother’s Day on Easter 5A, which means we throw the lections out the window and go with a Mother’s Day sermon.

Easter 5A Lections: Acts 7:55-60, Psalm 31:1-5 & 15-16, 1 Peter 2:2-10, and John 14:1-14

Because we know you’re just now preparing your sermon for this coming weekend, Brian Zahnd is here to save your clerical butt. Join Brian Zahnd, Taylor Mertins, and Jason Micheli on this weeks installment of Strangley Warmed, the lectionary podcast produced by Crackers & Grape Juice.

Steer clear of domesticating the Gospel this Sunday and use this episode to prepare a Mother’s Day sermon a mother would be proud of, because after all, we are all called to be maternal in some way, shape or form.

 


If you will be at the Annual Conference of the Virginia Annual Conference of the UMC, please consider joining us for Pub Theology on June 15th at Bull Island Brewing Company. This is the unofficial kickoff party for Annual Conference.  This year’s theme will be ‘Fatih and Political Engagement’ with special guest, the profane and profound Dr. Jeffrey Pugh, author of the new book The Home-Brewed Christianity Guide to the End Times: Theology After You’ve Been Left Behind.  Live music will be provided by the Clay Mottley Band. Food available on site.

Let us know you’re joining us by registering for the event. There is a $5 admission fee to offset the cost of the event.


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