Isaiah 49: 1-26

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  • What I'm Thinking

    Video with Eric Anderson
  • Epiphany 2A (2017)

    by Doug Bratt
  • Epiphany 2A (2017)

    by Juliana Claassens
  • A Light to the Nations

    by Bob Cornwall
  • Epiphany 2A (2017)

    by Phil Heinze
  • Epiphany 8A (2017)

    by Sam Powell
  • Laboring in Vain?

    by David Russell
    This past week was the 55th anniversary of the March on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. King did not start out by speaking to a quarter of a million people in Washington. It all began with the Montgomery bus boycott – it was a local and then a regional issue and became a national concern and led to changes in our laws. Martin Luther King in time understood his calling not simply as working for equality African-Americans in the south, but as working for God’s justice for all people everywhere. At the time of his death, he was in Memphis working for the rights of poor people. We may sell ourselves short. What we may see as laboring in vain may be very valuable. It may be just the kind of work God needs. And it may lead to a larger calling...

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