AfterWords is an occasional supplemental podcast to Sunday's sermons at The Parish. In episode #1 we dig deeper into the Rule of Life.
We begin a new year with a celebration of the Epiphany, and ask if this could be a year in which we experience a life-changing encounter with Jesus.
We continue our series on the "And of Advent" by exploring how repentance transforms both our inner and outer lives. As the Church lives between the times, we pray both "Come, Lord Jesus" and remember that Jesus often comes through us.
We continue the Advent season with John the Baptist’s challenge of repentance.
We begin the season of Advent by exploring the mystery of living in the "Now and Not Yet."
This week we hear a difficult teaching from Mark 13 and explore the challenge of embracing endings with gratitude.
This Parish podcast features Benjamin Wills, Founder and Head of School at Peace Peace Preparatory Academy in Atlanta. Peace Prep seeks to educate the whole child, support the whole family, and provide growth and change opportunities for the whole community in a high quality, Christ-centered learning environment. Benjamin teaches from 1 Kings 17 and Mark 12 on the mandate the Church has to seek justice for the oppressed. He also shares his story and opportunities to get behind the meaningful work happening at Peace Prep.
On All Saints Day, Eddie shares the role we play as the Hagios (Holy ones) of God. By entering into the present pain of our world, proclaiming future hope, and living like we believe that hope, we provide a glimpse of the day Jesus will make all things new.
Rev. Eddie Kirkland, preaching from Genesis 2:18-24 and Mark 10:1-16 on October 7, 2018. We explore a challenging passage from Mark's gospel, discovering the intersection of the gospel with the difficult issues of divorce, abuse, and partisanship.
The story of the Rich Young Ruler is a portrait of an individual who is rich and loved, but not free. In this podcast, Jordan leads us through Mark 10:17-31, pointing out how often the rich man's life parallels our own. As "rich" people in our world, how might the love of Jesus intersect with our wealth to set us free to follow Christ?