Oftentimes, the Season After Pentecost, the longest season in the church year, stretches through the summer months without much fanfare….
by Joe Scarry This summer at St. Luke’s, we dug into the prophets – Amos and Hosea, Isaiah and Jeremiah, Elijah and Elisha. (For the background on the “School for Prophets” at St. Luke’s,read this amazing sermon by Pastor Erik Christensen!) Now it’s fall and we’re in the Season of Creation. As we consider the
Prophets often play the role of social critic pointing out the injustices and abuses of power that diminish the quality of life. But after the critique comes the work of reconstruction. For the next two weeks we will look at Isaiah, and focus especially on his vision of a new exodus and restoration. We will