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May 31, 2018

Pulpit To Pew | Ep77 | Trinity | Lesson | Description

In this episode, Rev. Beverly Gibson expounds on the main points of Rev. Craver's Trinity Sunday Sermon dealing with the nature and the mystery of the Holy Trinity. St. Augustine is quoted saying “If you try to understand the Trinity, you will lose your mind. But if you deny the Trinity, you will lose your soul.”...

May 23, 2018

Pulpit To Pew - Episcopal podcast - Ep.76 - Wind, Fire and Spiritual Quests

In this episode, Reverend Beverly Gibson and parishioner Johnny Gwin discusses the gospel of the first Pentecost and explain the nature and power of the Holy Spirit, then and now. This Advocate, or the Holy Spirit, inspires and ignites us to go out into the world to share our faith, love, compassion, and understanding...

May 17, 2018

Pulpit To Pew | ep75 | Why We Sing The Blues | Rebroadcast | Christ Church Cathedral

Due to some things outside of our control this week we decided to rebroadcast one of the most listener-requested shows from 2016. We hope you enjoy this vintage Pulpit To Pew.

In this episode, Rev. Gibson discusses the nature of obedience, Paul’s prison letters to Timothy, and the service reading of Luke’s Gospel....

May 10, 2018

Pulpit To Pew | Episcopal | Podcast | ep74

Prayer is a creative act because it can create something new that was not there before. It can be much more than memorized verses and taught prayers. Maybe prayer can be listening for the Word the Spirit speaks through another voice. This ambient awareness and "being attuned" to this divine encounter shapes us and is...

May 3, 2018

Pulpit To Pew | Ep.73 | Please God | Being vs. Doing | Centering Down

Rev. Marshall Craver (Christ Church Cathedral) asks us to start looking and listening for the divine in all the everyday things in life, especially the mundane and small emergencies. He calls these events his "Please God Incidences". These prayerfully pleading moments can become transformative in reminding us aware of...