Leadership is big these days. And I've become suspicious of our emphasis on what looks more and more like leadership for leadership's sake.
Epiphany | Third Sunday after the Epiphany (Year A)
Isaiah 9:1-4; Psalm 27:1, 4-9; 1 Corinthians 1:10-18; Matthew 4:12-23
Epiphany is the season uniquely applicable to us who are Gentiles, the grafted-on branches to the tree of salvation, those who do well to marvel at the magnitude of the grace of God Christ that includes us. This is not common in our religiously pluralist setting, especially in our part of the world where the common assumption is that we're not grafted on at all--we're mainstream.
There are places where Epiphany light shines through people who do the best of things in the worst of times.