RCL Reflection Second Sunday of Easter Year B, April 11, 2021Thankfully, for us today, believing is much more than seeing. We did not personally witness the events of Holy Week, nor were we present at the empty tomb or at any of Jesus’ post-resurrection encounters. Yes, believing is about more than seeing.
RCL Reflection, 2nd Sunday of Easter, Year B, April 8, 2018
This week’s lessons provide a perfect opportunity to preach and teach about unity. Because there is so much distrust, disparity, injustice, sorting, and factions, we need the light of Christ more than ever. There is no better time to work for unity than right now. (Photo: Thomas Kohler)
Second Sunday of Easter Year B, April 12, 2015
Jesus’ simple guide for an abundant life in faithful community has been working well for more than two milennia. It’s easy to contextualize, simple to follow, and provides proven results. The problem is that it requires a radical commitment. If you want signs, wonders, and movement-making, you have to be “all in.” (Photo: Mary Constance, Creative Commons)
Lectionary Reflection for the Second Sunday of Easter, April 15, 2012
No doubt about it, this Sunday is a great day to talk about stewardship and generosity. The lesson from Acts lifts up a model for Christian community that is both controversial and compelling. Are you up to the challenge? (Photo by stephen.willis used under Creative Commons License. Thanks!0