Greetings From the Editor
June 15, 2017 – 7:20 am | No Comment

by Jin H. Han

The most important detail about a robed man nailing the Ninety-Five Theses on a church door is that the Reformation was not about starting a new church but about reclaiming what God had in mind for the world. Luther’s notion of liberty is grippingly captured in his treatise on Christian liberty (1520), in which a Christian is declared to be “subject to none.” It reiterates a call of the gospel for all believers so that we may all work together to battle injustice in our society in the name of the reign of God.

Subject to none but God, we are here only to serve God, and clearly the theme, liberty, binds us together.

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The Power of Words
October 28, 2007 – 6:38 pm | Comments Off on The Power of Words
The Power of Words

by Margaret Dorgan

Transforming action is accomplished through the awesome power of human utterance.

Serving the Word: Preaching as Sacrament
October 28, 2007 – 3:57 pm | Comments Off on Serving the Word: Preaching as Sacrament
Serving the Word: Preaching as Sacrament

by Martin B. Copenhaver

When preaching is not a form of good advice, but rather proclaims this good news, it has the ability to nurture a congregation in ways that cannot be fully measured.

You and I Have a Journey to Make
July 12, 2007 – 11:54 am | Comments Off on You and I Have a Journey to Make
You and I Have a Journey to Make

by Margaret Dorgan

Why did God create you and me? What is being asked of me in the here and now? Of you? God had a purpose in assigning a certain number of years to our existence. “The Lord called me from the womb, from the body of my mother God named my name,” says Isaiah. I apply the prophet’s words to myself.