"Bang," Richard R. Caemmerer. Used by permission from the artist.
Image © by Richard R. Caemmerer. Artwork held in the Luther Seminary Fine Arts Collection, St. Paul, Minn.
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Second Sunday of Christmas
John 1:(1-9), 10-18 Commentary
by Karyn Wiseman
When I was a kid, I was sick a lot.
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Jeremiah 31:7-14 Commentary
by Ingrid Lilly
Fans of Steve Well’s The Skeptic’s Bible could have a heyday with Jeremiah 31.
Psalm 147:12-20 Commentary
by Hans Wiersma
One sure way to doom yourself as a preacher is to make a habit of beginning your sermons by quoting the commentaries.
Ephesians 1:3-14 Commentary
by Kyle Fever
Ephesians carries a message of “identity formation,” reminding Gentiles that they are “no longer aliens and strangers” (2:1–22), guiding them in understanding their new ...
An Unsentimental Christmas Sermon
by David Lose
January 05, 2014
Dear Working Preacher,
We’re at one of those junctures where the church calendar that we who lead congregations pay attention to collides with the “secular” calendar ...
Brainwave 332 - Second Sunday of Christmas
Discussion on texts for Second Sunday of Christmas (Jan. 5, 2014): (Gospel) John 1:(1-9), 10-18; (1st Reading) Jeremiah 31:7-14; Psalm 147:12-20; (2nd Reading) Ephesians 1:3-14.