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Day1 Weekly Program
30 minutes | May 10, 2022
Kristin Adkins Whitesides: Standing in the Way
Kristin Adkins Whitesides says that from the very beginning, God has believed in the church more than we have believed in ourselves. So God has constantly been challenging us to dream bigger, to imagine a world ruled not by the rule of law but by the law of love.
27 minutes | May 3, 2022
Ashley Wilcox: She Made This
Ashley Wilcox says the story of Tabitha shows us that it is important to take time to grieve the people we have lost, to remember their stories. And God meets us there. God meets us in our grief and our struggle and our joy.
29 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
Michael Chan: In a New Light
Dr. Michael Chan says Ananias was called by Jesus to offer the light of God's love to a person set on extinguishing it. But that's what Jesus does--he draws us out of ourselves, out of our fear, and into the world for the sake of the gospel and the neighbor.
30 minutes | Apr 19, 2022
Bill Murray: You Didn't Have to Be There
Bill Murray says Easter is an ongoing action of Jesus in the world to make all things new. And, as Thomas shows us, you didn't have to be there to be part of this story.
29 minutes | Apr 12, 2022
L. Gregory Jones: Living Easter Hope
In his sermon for Easter Day, Dr. Greg Jones asks, what would it take for us to rediscover Christianity's surprise? To feel a renewed sense that the world has meaning and that the future is bright? It would require us to believe that the Resurrection is real today.
29 minutes | Apr 5, 2022
Dock Hollingsworth: Dominus Flevit
In his Palm Sunday sermon, Dr. Dock Hollingsworth says Jesus doesn't enter Jerusalem on a war stallion, but on a colt. His new kingdom is alive in the hears of people who search for Christ's peace first within their own souls, so that they may be agents of that peace in the world.
38 minutes | Mar 29, 2022
Annemarie Kidder: Poured Out
In her sermon on John 12, Dr. Annemarie Kidder says our works of mercy and love issue an aroma that's pleasant like aromatherapy, so people in the room breathe easier. Do people breathe easier because of us?
30 minutes | Mar 22, 2022
Kate Moorehead: The Running Father
In her sermon on Luke 15, Dean Kate Moorehead says sometimes people wander so far away from God that they forget how precious they are. But from the moment they try to return home, the Father runs to them. Runs and runs, screaming and crying and singing and dancing and loving beyond love.
41 minutes | Mar 15, 2022
Ken Whitt: All for Free!
In his sermon for the 3rd Sunday of Lent, Dr. Ken Whitt encourages us to dive in deep towards the Source where faith, hope, and love dwell. "Experience the love. Then watch the hope burst forth from the Source of love within you."
33 minutes | Mar 8, 2022
Barry Howard: Stand Firm!
In his sermon for the 2nd Sunday of Lent, Dr. Barry Howard says Paul shows us that faith doesn’t exempt us from the tough times in life, but faith does equip us to navigate the tough times with courage and perseverance, so we can stand firm.
30 minutes | Mar 1, 2022
Quincy Brown: Conflicting Narratives
As we begin our Lenten journey this year, Dr. Quincy Brown calls us to live in wilderness, to sit in the unpredictable presence of God to listen and pay attention.
36 minutes | Feb 22, 2022
Joshua Scott: Everything Changes with God
In his sermon on the Transfiguration, Joshua Scott says that we can see through this dazzling event that God changes everything by his presence. God changes everything by God being God.
30 minutes | Feb 15, 2022
Peter Wallace: Limitless Love
Day1 host Peter Wallace takes the pulpit to explore Jesus' "Sermon on the Plain," in which Jesus calls us to take love to the limit--and there is no limit.
29 minutes | Feb 8, 2022
Robyn Michalove: #Blessed
The Rev. Dr. Robyn Michalove says it is not ours to determine who is blessed and who is not, including ourselves--it's Jesus who pronounces blessing, and it can be so countercultural that we are often uncomfortable.
30 minutes | Feb 1, 2022
Chuck Robertson: I Am What I Am
In his sermon, Chuck Robertson says following Paul's example, each one of us can dare to take a good long look in the mirror and recognize that the person looking back at us - with all the baggage we’d rather hide or deny - is still, and forever, a beloved child of God.
30 minutes | Jan 25, 2022
Chuck Robertson: Tough Love
In his sermon on Paul's "Love Chapter," Chuck Robertson says love is a very practical verb. Love builds up, but it does so through the choices we make for what we say and how we act, with others foremost in mind - not just daily, but countless times each day.
29 minutes | Jan 18, 2022
Rob Lee: The Night Shift and the Story of God
The Rev. Rob Lee says the Hebrew Bible reminds us that we are people of a story. That story hasn't always made sense in the moment, but that is where God's story, intertwined with ours, becomes something drawn from the ashes of despair into the realm and reign of redemptive possibility.
31 minutes | Jan 11, 2022
Jane Mitchell Weston: The Generosity of Jesus
The Rev. Jane Weston says at Cana, Jesus shows us grace upon grace, and that we have a generous God. We can live our lives with this foundation of God's abundance embedded in our souls.
40 minutes | Jan 4, 2022
Ozzie Smith Jr.: Come and Get It
Dr. Ozzie Smith Jr. says that John preaches in the wilderness, Come and get it! Hope appears in the wilderness. "It's not over," that hope says. Grace is here, come and get it. It's yours for the asking.
31 minutes | Dec 28, 2021
Mary Hinkle Shore: Becoming Children
Dr. Mary Hinkle Shore says at Christmas, we celebrate that God does not stay at a distance. To receive Jesus is to know oneself as family--with him, with God, and with brothers and sisters too many to count.
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