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A podcast of conversations, sermons, and reflections from a GenX Episcopal deacon in the Diocese of Alabama.

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Notoriously Episcopalia‪n‬ Kelley Hudlow

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A podcast of conversations, sermons, and reflections from a GenX Episcopal deacon in the Diocese of Alabama.

notoriouslyepiscopalian.substack.com

    "So why do we start each Lent with the temptation of Jesus?"

    "So why do we start each Lent with the temptation of Jesus?"

    A sermon offered on the First Sunday of Lent, February 21, 2021, at St. Barnabas in Roanoke, Alabama.

    Principal Text: Mark 1:9-15

    “So, in this season of continual Lent, I invite you to give up assuming you know the answer. Turn your answers into questions. Come to scripture with curiosity and start a renewed conversation with God. Take it a step further and start being curious about the created world and each other. Our genuine curiosity can save us from the temptation easy answers, fixed opinions, and silos of information.”

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    • 13 min
    "We need a prophetic Lent, an Isaiah sort of fasting."

    "We need a prophetic Lent, an Isaiah sort of fasting."

    A sermon offered for Ash Wednesday, February 17, 2021, as part of Prophets & Praise: Lenten Prayers in Linn Park in downtown Birmingham. "So, after a year of fasting, what are we to do with this new season of Lent? We need a prophetic Lent, an Isaiah sort of fasting."

    Principal text: Isaiah 58:1-12

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    • 5 min
    “This is my Son, the Beloved; listen to him!”

    “This is my Son, the Beloved; listen to him!”

    A sermon offered for the Last Sunday After the Epiphany, February 14, 2021, at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Greensboro, Alabama.

    "Theophanies are fleeting. They are glimpses of divine reality not to be lived in, but to be carried forward—fuel for the continued journey."

    Principal Text: Mark 9:2-9

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    • 15 min
    “Knowledge puffs up, but love builds up.”

    “Knowledge puffs up, but love builds up.”

    A sermon offered for the 4th Sunday After the Epiphany, January 31, 2021, at St. Simon Peter Episcopal Church, Pell City, Alabama.

    "We can be right all day long, but we have to take care with this exousia (liberty/authority) that our knowledge give us....We must use our knowledge guided by our love of God and our brothers and sisters. It is not enough as Christians to be right, we also have to do right."

    Principal Text: 1 Corinthians 8:1-13

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    • 12 min
    “The lamp of God has not yet gone out.”

    “The lamp of God has not yet gone out.”

    A sermon offered for the 2nd Sunday After the Epiphany, January 17, 2021, at St. Simon Peter Episcopal Church, Pell City, Alabama.

    Today, in the midst of turmoil and uncertainty, we hear the story of the calling of Samuel as the Prophet of the Lord. Tomorrow, in the midst of turmoil and uncertainty, we will celebrate the prophetic witness of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    “In this moment, we have got to listen and respond to God’s call. To be faithful in this moment, we need the courage of Samuel to speak God’s prophetic Word and the trust in God of Eli to hear it.”

    Principal Text: 1 Samuel 3:1-10(11-20)

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    • 13 min
    For we observed his star at its rising

    For we observed his star at its rising

    A sermon offered for the 2nd Sunday After Christmas, January 3, 2021, at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church, Roanoke, Alabama.

    “Herod’s response to the birth of Christ was fear, deception, and violence. The Magi’s response was wonder and wandering, and ultimately joy upon finding Jesus in Bethlehem. In that little town of Bethlehem, the fear of the powerful met the hope of the powerless.”

    Principal Text: Matthew 2:1-12

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    • 10 min

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Super podcast!

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