9.39 Whine and Dine

9.39 Whine and Dine

Whine and Dine For the session to be discussed on September 24, 2017 Exodus 16:2-15 We discuss the Hebrews’ journey toward the promised land, reflecting on the complaining and fear the people shared around food — in spite of the fact that God provided. How does...
9.38 Greed that Overwhelms

9.38 Greed that Overwhelms

Greed that Overwhelms For the session to be discussed on September 17, 2017 Exodus 14:19–31 As the Hebrews cross the Red Sea leaving Israel to journey toward the Promised Land, they leave a known, but horrible life of slavery and move toward an unknown life of...
9.37 Meaning Making

9.37 Meaning Making

Meaning Making For the session to be discussed on September 10, 2017 Exodus 12:1-14 In this look at the first Passover observance, we are reminded of the power of traditions and rituals to communicate and even create meaning. We are joined this episode by two guests,...
9.36 Invitation to Become

9.36 Invitation to Become

Invitation to Become For the session to be discussed on September 3, 2017 Exodus 3:1-15 Moses is confronted by a burning bush that offers an insight into the nature of God. What do we make of a bush that is both stable, and an active flame? How does this passage help...
9.35 If It Weren’t for the Women

9.35 If It Weren’t for the Women

If It Weren’t for the Women For the session to be discussed on August 27, 2017 Exodus 1:8-2:10 As Pharoah sought to thin the Hebrew male population, he met an unexpected foe — the midwives. These women resisted his commands and ultimately saved one child in...
9.34 Disruptive Justice

9.34 Disruptive Justice

Disruptive Justice For the session to be discussed on August 20, 2017 Genesis 45:1-15, Matthew 15:21-28 Continuing in the Joseph story from Genesis, we follow the Lectionary’s lead to look at the insight that emerges when we also consider Matthew 15:21-28 (Jesus...

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