Here in Scotland, Schools and colleges are back and the weather is doing its best to convince us that summer is over. While some are relieved to re-establish a routine, others are reluctant to get back into the groove.
This past week it has felt as though a new church session has exploded into life (and into my diary) without any warm up or gradual awakening.
How does that affect your preaching?
Are you finishing up a series, continuing in the Revised Common Lectionary, or preparing to start a new cycle in the Narrative Lectionary? Or maybe you’re in a completely different season. It would be good to hear how the seasons affect your preaching wherever you are in the world. And we’d love to hear what texts you’re tackling this weekend. Tuesday’s RCL post is here.
Often the comments shared here are just the inspiration needed to bring ideas together or even to get things started!
I look forward to hearing of how and what you are preparing to preach this week as we encourage one another in bringing the Word to life.
Liz Crumlish is a Church of Scotland Minister currently working on a National Renewal Project in Scotland. A Board Member of RevGalBlogPals, one of the instigators of Spill the Beans and contributor to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit, Liz blogs at journalling.
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