A collection of recordings from Church of the Brethren conferences, sermons, and other events.
A poem by Debbie Eisenbise. Piano by Nancy Miner.
A lot of emotion is being released as pandemic restrictions are phased out. How many rituals have we missed? How many formal
occasions, how many worship experiences? How many losses are not yet grieved? How many joys have not been celebrated? How many blessings have gone unspoken or unheard during our pandemic year? In this episode of Messenger Radio, Cheryl Brumbaugh-Cayford shares her thoughts; Nancy Miner plays "O Love that will not let me go" on piano.
A poem about the poet's experience of a new way of
communicating with family during the pandemic.
"The experience of this new thing is for me profoundly spiritual—a foretaste of heaven which, I now see, can be had while we are still in this life, involving interaction both with those who have died and with those who are still living."
Arise and shine
How do roosters related to prophecy? Tom Wagner explains the connection in his Advent article "Arise and shine". Kara Miller plays "In the bleak midwinter" on piano.
Speaking Truth to Power (bonus episode)
Joanna Davidson Smith shares the poem Revolution for this bonus (and final) episode of Speaking Truth to Power for the Church of the Brethren's Messenger Radio. Nancy Miner and Jan Fischer Bachman play "Move in our Midst".
Continue the conversation with these leaders on Dunker Punks Podcast on November 21 and beyond: https://dunkerpunks.com/podcast/
Speaking Truth to Power, part 10
Barbara Daté ministers to us on this latest episode in the Speaking Truth to Power series. For such a time as this, amid uncertainty, violence, illness, grief, Barbara’s words heal.
This is the second-to-last episode in the Speaking Truth to Power series, inspired by the Womaen’s Caucus Annual Conference panel. (It was going to be the last episode, but we all could use a bonus these days!)
WOW…Church Of The Brethren Sermons Podcast is flat out awesome. Good production quality. Easy to listen. Very impressed. Keep bringing it.