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John C. Holbert Jun 30, 2015
This Sunday follows by one day the loud celebrations of July 4, and it could be that this peculiar little text is just the one we need to hear in the midst of our chaotic and patriotic events.
John C. Holbert Jun 22, 2015
If you think that modern day politicians invented the art of the "spin," you need to hear how cleverly David rereads the death of Saul and Jonathan in order to pave his way to the kingship of Israel.
John C. Holbert Jun 16, 2015
In taking on Goliath, was David as ill-equipped and innocent of a boy as we've been taught to believe?
John C. Holbert Jun 08, 2015
Can any man or woman really know what God actually wants, no matter how how prophetic or powerful they may claim to be?
John C. Holbert Jun 04, 2015
We preachers have more than once been confused in our lives about when our claims to speak the word of God bump against the actual human words of our own devising.
John C. Holbert May 28, 2015
"Here am I, send me" often is the first response to those who sense a call from God, but once we see what God may have in store for us, "Choose somebody else" may fly from our lips more readily.
John C. Holbert May 15, 2015
The day of Pentecost is far more than the birthday of the church. This is the reenactment of YHWH's promise for a rebirth of those of us who are dry bones in a valley filled to the brim with dry bones.
John C. Holbert May 06, 2015
Psalm 98 confirms that our roles as God's Easter people remain the same: unchanging and unbreakable love for all of God's world, mirroring God's love for that world.
John C. Holbert Apr 28, 2015
Loving our enemies is not some outlandish impossibility; it is the call of a God who can do no other.
John C. Holbert Apr 20, 2015
Does the popular and beloved 23rd Psalm really say what we think it says?
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