Monday lectionary email, archived here on Friday
Because language matters, careful teaching and preaching matter.
The lamb’s blood isn’t insurance against the wrath of God. It is a proclamation of fealty.
Paul confronts a persistent barrier to true contentment: other people.
Jesus’ word association with “Peter” falls flat in almost every language.
Forgiveness is hard, and it’s hard for Joseph’s brothers to trust it.
Maybe Joseph’s brothers aren’t evil people but hurt people.
God invites us to eat—but also to serve.
In Romans 8, Paul moves from argument to testimony.
It is important to consider how others may hear these beloved words.
The Parable of the Sower gives the preacher an opportunity to teach about the gift of parables.
It’s hard to do alone.
How long, O Lord?
No one is ever outside God’s grace.
Why Howard Thurman dedicated his autobiography to a stranger
At Matthew’s house, we learn about more than just Jesus’ message.
In Psalm 8, humankind is crowned in glory and honor, loved and valued.