November 26, 2017 Peg Weissbrod
This passage from Matthew which we read on this Christ the King Sunday, the last Sunday of the liturgical year before we start Advent, is about Jesus – about what his kingdom of God demands, about how we are to serve Christ, and about how we are to be his people among the nations.
This passage took on a new and profound meaning for me last Monday. Read the rest of this entry »abused, challenge, compassion, compromise, displaced, equality, faithful, following God's call, forgotten, God's demand for justice and equity and compassion, gratitude, hungry, ICE, immigration, imprisoned, inclusive, Kingdom of God, marginalized, Matthew 25: 31-46, naked, persecuted, political differences, politics, poor, powerless, stranger, structual racism, the least of us
April 23, 2017 Peg Weissbrod
Yesterday, my husband took my yellow dress to the dry cleaners. And he went up to the counter and very proudly told the person at the counter, “My wife’s preaching tomorrow. Can I have this pressed?” And some man yelled out, “Man, you better stop her!”1 Timothy 2, equality, freedom, gender, Mark 14, risen, the woman with the jar, women