This Everyday Holy
About This Show
Using the everyday and ordinary as the main hermeneutic for the lectionary we’ll talk about everything from preaching to parenting – nothing is off limits. It is space to reflect on who we are in the here and now and letting that be the canvas on which we paint and write and dream and live God’s word. Each week I’ll invite others to reflect and share from their own lives and I’ll tie it into the Sunday passages from the Revised Common Lectionary.
Most Recent Episode
Episode 23: 4th Sunday of Lent
Mar 2 16
We continue into the 4th Sunday of Lent with Rev. Brian Coulter, pastor of First Presbyterian Church of Aiken South Carolina and author of the book Be Holy: Find Identity/Find Belonging/Find Purpose.
"You cannot be proud and expect to be transformed away from your sins. You need to humble yourself and have a spirit of repentance within you. Then you will see real change." -- Mable Vine
Brian provides a reflection on 2 Corinthians 5:
"To understand ourselves as reconciled or holy and then do nothing
is to misunderstand what those things mean.
We cannot choose to be holy and be done.
Holiness is not a goal that we will ever fully achieve.
Holiness does not have an end-point.
Holiness will never be checked off your list.
Holiness is a continual pursuit."