D7C9196B-CA2D-4317-8122-28523E73E141The Narrative Lectionary this week is in 1 Corinthians 15 with Paul laying down some credal stuff and talking about the mystery of resurrection, while the Revised Common Lectionary offers Acts 1 and the disciples questioning Jesus: “Is this the time…?“ Or you may be in Ascension. Or somewhere else completely.

Where is your preaching taking you to in this pandemic season? And how are you sharing your message? This is a space for gathering up resources, for encouraging and inspiring one another and for asking for help when we need it.

And, as well as feeding others just now, what’s feeding you? I’d love to hear where you’re finding nurture to see you through or where you’re being energised by a new shape of ministry.

And do check out yesterday’s posts on the RCL and the NL if those are the texts you’re wrestling with this week.


Rev Liz Crumlish is a Presbyterian minister living on the west coast of Scotland. She is a member of the RevGalBlogPals Board, writes for Spill the Beans, blogs at Journalling and contributed to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit


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2 thoughts on “11th Hour Preacher Party: Mysteries of Faith

  1. I am so hopeful I’ll get some actual writing done today so that maybe, just maybe, I can manage a weekend without the stress of recording (or re-recording, as was the case last week, between attempts to use a new teleprompter app and the cat’s attempts to shout down the sermon, haha).
    but I’m not going to start until after I hear the Scottish Government’s briefing today, so….we’ll see. it starts in a few minutes.

    I’m a week off the NL, so doing 1 Corinthians 13 this week. The last in my “witness apprenticeship programme” series, with the others having been lessons in seeing people, having an abundance mindset, being a praying community, and having a teachable spirit. I haven’t quite narrowed down exactly the pithy title for this one so we’ll see what happens!


  2. It’s Saturday here. I committed to preach on Acts through Pentecost, as we’re also studying Acts in Bible study. However, I’m still off lectionary. The Bible study book highlighted the story of Simon the magician (chapter 8), and I got intrigued by it, and (admittedly) intrigued by its relative obscurity. So I chose that for tomorrow. Relative obscurity also means few online resources, so I’m left to my own devices.


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