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    Bethany Peerbolte
    As Jesus calls his disciples it seems like he has a criterion for the people with which he wants to surround himself. It may not always be obvious in the Biblical account, but Jesus is careful to choose people who are really committed to his message. With their help, Jesus will be able to do more and spread the word about God farther.

    We get the chance to choose who we surround...
  • The Immediate Word

    Dean Feldmeyer
    Ron Love
    Mary Austin
    Christopher Keating
    Thomas Willadsen
    George Reed
    Bethany Peerbolte
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  • StoryShare

    Peter Andrew Smith
    “Well that should do it for out here.” Paul shoveled the last of the snow on the walkway. “Do you suppose there’s much to be done inside?”

    “Does it really matter? I don’t think anyone is going to show up.” Luke looked at the sky. “The storm coming is supposed to be a bad one.”

    “It won’t start for a few hours. When it gets underway, we can close up.”

    “No seriously...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Mark Ellingsen
    The texts for the Third Sunday After Epiphany are that God goes before us.

    Isaiah 9:1-4
    The First Lesson is likely a prophecy of the historical Isaiah, whose ministry to Judah (the Southern Kingdom) transpired in the 8th century BC. This is a prophecy about the Messianic King originally an oracle for the coronation of a Judean king, perhaps for Hezekiah...
  • Emphasis Preaching Journal

    Bonnie Bates
    Bill Thomas
    Ron Love
    Mark Ellingsen
    Frank Ramirez
    Isaiah 9:1-4
    The war in Afghanistan goes on (even though the media and most Americans keep ignoring it). The tensions with Israel and Iraq have our attention. Someone working full-time at the federal minimum earns an annual paycheck of just $15,080 – below the poverty line for even a family of two. For the minimum-wage earner with a family of four, a full-time paycheck...
  • The Village Shepherd

    Janice B. Scott
    There are always difficulties in Christian ministry, at whichever level you're involved in it, from church cleaner to the Archbishop of Canterbury. There's always someone who'll find fault, and if like the Archbishop, you're a subject of media interest, then I should imagine Christian ministry can be very difficult indeed and perhaps something of a burden.

    One of...
  • SermonStudio

    Mark Wm. Radecke
    In today's Gospel text, Jesus calls for repentance, expects Peter and Andrew to drop their nets and follow him, and calls James and John to leave their Father Zebedee in the boat without so much as a "So long, see you later."

    My task today is to issue that same call to repentance, that same call to radical obedience and decisive discipleship. For that call is urgent and cries out to be...

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