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A collection of recordings from Church of the Brethren conferences, sermons, and other events.

COBCast - The Church of the Brethren Podcast Church of the Brethren, Inc.

    • Religion & Spirituality
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A collection of recordings from Church of the Brethren conferences, sermons, and other events.

    That's our church

    That's our church

    From our foundation, the essence of the Church of the Brethren is the willingness of women and men to study scripture together until we reach consensus, regardless of how long that takes. Sometimes it takes decades, but we can afford to be patient. We love Jesus. We love the Word.

    • 7 min
    Advent Waiting

    Advent Waiting

    Anna Lisa Gross and Nancy Faus read an excerpt from Angela Finet's Advent devotional, "Do Not Be Afraid" and ponder waiting. Piano recording by Lucas Finet. 

    • 22 min
    Autumn: Unearthing God’s eco-blueprint

    Autumn: Unearthing God’s eco-blueprint

    Randal Westfall describes how autumn is about slowing into contemplative aspects of life. If we are attentive to God’s Holy Spirit, then we recognize autumn’s invitation as God’s people to harvest, celebrate, and share in the abundance of our lives. And even more importantly, not to do it alone . . . but together.
    Nancy Miner plays piano. 

    • 5 min
    Paraclete

    Paraclete

    A poem by Debbie Eisenbise. Piano by Nancy Miner.

    • 4 min
    Pent-up Emotion

    Pent-up Emotion

    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. 

    • 6 min
    Family Visits

    Family Visits

    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."

    • 3 min

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