O Church, What Does the Lord Require of You

A sermon on Micah 6:6-8 by Randy Bush: “Once the evangelical commotion of the modern church is turned down for a moment, the wisdom of other people of faith can be heard again. Mahatma Gandhi once said: I told the missionaries to refrain from telling India about Christ and merely live the life set before them by the Sermon on the Mount. India then, instead of suspecting them, would have appreciated and directly profited from their presence. Malcolm X once said: Don’t condemn a person who has a dirty glass of water. Just show them the clean glass of water that you have. When they inspect it, you won’t have to say that yours is better.”

Justice or Just Us?

Teresa L. Fry Brown Associate Professor of Homiletics Candler School of Theology Micah 6:6-8 With what shall I come before the Lord, and bow myself before God on high? Shall I come before him with burnt offerings, with calves a year old? Will the Lord be pleased with thousands of rams, with ten thousands of […]

“WWPD?”

1999 Covenant Conference Closing Worship, November 6, 1999 Sermon WWPD? Micah 6:6 – 8; Matthew 23: 1-12 Deborah A. Block Pastor, Immanuel Presbyterian Church Milwaukee A child comes home from school, filled with the day, eager to show and tell. Elie Weisel recounts the memory of his mother’s words. She didn’t ask who he had […]