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These are the weekly sermons from Calvary United Methodist Church, a progressive, racially integrated urban congregation located in Southwest Philadelphia. We are a Reconciling Congregation within the United Methodist Church, designated as such in 1985 to formally and intentionally proclaim our acceptance and affirmation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer/questioning persons as part of our overall commitment to inclusivity.
 
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Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about some of the origins of Advent and follow up on the background of Psalm 85.
 
Pastor John Pritchard's Sermon on October 8, 2017. Please join us for worship any Sunday at 11:00am. 801 South 48th Street, at the corner of Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. www.allmeansall.org
 
Debbie and Randy wrap up discussion on the last part of the series "Stirring the Fire."
 
Pastor John Pritchard's Sermon on September 17, 2017. Please join us for worship any Sunday at 11:00am. 801 South 48th Street, at the corner of Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. www.allmeansall.org
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about love and how sincerity of heart works in the life of people.
 
Adam and Nicole Shake tell their story about the impact of taking a Financial Peace University class. Calvary is offering two opportunities this fall to jump in.
 
Pastor John Pritchard's Sermon on August 27, 2017. Please join us for worship any Sunday at 11:00am. 801 South 48th Street, at the corner of Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. www.allmeansall.org
 
Pastor John Pritchard's Sermon on August 6, 2017. Please join us for worship any Sunday at 11:00am. 801 South 48th Street, at the corner of Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. http://www.allmeansall.org
 
Lori Bultemeier and Isaac Gaff talk about: - the differences between embarrassment, humiliation, guilt, and sham - Jesus' healing ministry - Jesus' action in the Book of Hebrews - and of course, a great Babyfold story
 
This week Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about how to receive each other in our moments of brokenness and hardship.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac discuss the actions of the crew in Jonah's story, the nature of sin, and the distinctions between accountability and judgment.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about the historical background and culture of fear at the beginning of the Book of Jonah to set the context for Jonah's journey to Nineveh. Questions or discussion? Click here to comment.
 
Jon Butler talks about how the ISU Wesley Foundation helped him as a college student and why he (and Calvary) continues to support this life changing ministry.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about the metaphors of salt and light as well as the role of the church. Questions or discussion? Click here to comment.
 
We had a technical glitch with yesterday's podcast file. We're now back on track. Enjoy! --- Randy, Debbie, and Isaac continue the conversation on the nature and role of the church.
 
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac take a deeper dive into what it means to "train a child in the way they should go" along with the church's role and attitude toward children as part of the church body. Questions or discussion? Click here to comment.
 
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about the church in terms of what it means to be the "Body of Christ" along with how the church is similar/unique among organizations. Questions or discussion? Click here to comment.
 
HUMP EP.032 Rev. Dr. Todd Outcalt “The Seven Deadly Virtues" In Episode 32 of the Hoosier United Methodist Podcast, Dr. Brad Miller talks with the author of “The Seven Deadly Virtues: Temptations in The Pursuit of Goodness,” Rev. Dr. Todd Outcalt Senior Pastor of the Calvary United Methodist Church in Brownsburg, Indiana. Brad and Todd talk at ...…
 
Lloyd and Isaac talk about the personal backstory that influenced Lloyd's sermon, other world religion concepts of forgiveness, and the concept of the "unforgivable sin."
 
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about the ending of Mark's Gospel and how the resurrection intersects with all of life. Comments and discussion at http://www.connectwithcalvary.org/dailyconnection/2017/4/18/deeper-dive-podcast-mark-161-8#comment
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about Good Friday and the time Jesus spent on the cross. Teach Us to Pray post referenced in the podcast is at https://www.connectwithcalvary.org/dailyconnection/2017/4/10/teach-us-to-pray-mark-1525-39
 
Randy and Debbie talk about the Thursday of Holy week. You can comment here.
 
Randy and Debbie respond to Ruth's question about faith and sovereignty as well as explore implications of Judas' part in the Holy Week story.
 
Adam and Nicole Shake talk about how learning God's design for financial stewardship through Financial Peace University has brought them closer to God and helped them live a life of stewardship and generosity. Interested in being notified when we offer the next session of Financial Peace University? Let us know here.…
 
This week Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about rhythmic spiritual practices and how the Shema (the ancient prayer of Israel referenced by Jesus in this week's reading) can be incorporated into spiritual practices today. Resources mentioned in the podcast: Daily Office Prayer Guide (Roman Catholic Resource) Phyllis Tickle’s The Divine Hours (a mo ...…
 
The role of the Temple and its systems in justice issues is the main topic of today's conversation. The book referenced (The Last Week) can be found at http://a.co/6UIV2Mm
 
In light of Jesus' politically overtoned entrance into Jerusalem, Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about how our faith lives and political lives intersect. Comment at http://connectwithcalvary.org/dailyconnection
 
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about the perceived disconnect between the Old and New Testaments.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about a wide range of issues (you'll have to listen to find out :-)
 
Derek "Squish" Caughron talks with Isaac about his work with confirmation students and how God has worked on him by working with students.
 
This week Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about some of the more tragic aspects of David's life and how God still remained faithful to David.
 
Joe Perring and Isaac Gaff sit down to talk about how Joe changed his Facebook habits to be proactively positive. Joe talks about how that not only changed the climate around Facebook for him, but also how that changed him and the people around him in the non-Facebook world.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac follow up with Ruth about Rahab, situational ethics, and modern social justice counterparts. We then move to talking about the problem of evil and how God works in situations like the story of Saul. Questions or discussion? Click here to comment. Tomorrow on the Daily Connection: God Stories…
 
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about whether Rahab's profession could have been translated as "innkeeper" instead of "prostitute" and why those kinds of translation questions can actually help us see the big picture more clearly. We also talk about Rahab's lie to the Jericho authorities and its ethical implications for modern Christians.…
 
Each Wednesday we share what we call a God story on the Daily Connection. This week, it happens to be an interview I did with Calvary member Keith Jenkins about how he encounters God through the Disciple Bible Study set of courses here at Calvary.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac followup on a question about Jesus' genealogy and then talk about the Ten Commandments in light of our focus on Moses last Sunday.
 
Debbie, Randy, and Isaac talk about the significance of names in the Bible: what do they mean, why do some people get their names changed, and the oh-so-controversial Saul/Paul conundrum. Comments or discussion at www.connectwithcalvary.org/dailyconnection
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac discuss several things in the beginning of Genesis including sin nature, free will, and different interpretations of the creation accounts.
 
This week Debbie, Randy and Isaac talk about different approaches to the book of Revelation. We also talk about the power and beauty of metaphor and memory. We make reference to Eugene Peterson (translator of The Message version of the Bible) on this podcast – it's worth the listen.
 
Randy, Debbie, and Isaac discuss what John might have meant by "no one has seen God, but Jesus has made him known." We talk about the concept of "seeing" God in the Old and New Testaments and how we might "see" God today. Comment link: http://www.connectwithcalvary.org/2016/12/27/deeper-dive-podcast-john-116-18#comment…
 
This week Debbie, Randy, and Isaac discuss the incarnation of Jesus and how that has been talked about since the beginning of the church 2,000 years ago. Is jesus God, human, or something inbetween? This one ran a little long (as you might expect) at roughly 25 minutes. The office was a little cold today, so our apologies for the space heater b ...…
 
This week Randy, Debbie, and Isaac talk about what first century Israel expected in a Messiah, what we expect in a Messiah, and how we often miss the Jesus we're looking for. Questions or discussion? Click here to comment.
 
This week Debbie, Randy, and Isaac explore in more detail the person, history, ministry, and implications of John the Baptist. From a radical in the desert to a political scandal breaker, John's life is far from boring.
 
Today's episode explores the stories of two actual church planters: Rev. Mike Bill of Sharptown Church in Pilesgrove, NJ, a large-sized church that planted a now-thriving satellite campus five years ago; and Yoon Kim, worship pastor of Greenhouse Church in Fort Lee, NJ, a new church plant this summer in Fort Lee, NJ striving to reach unchurched ...…
 
Pittsburgh Symphony violinist Roy Sonne played in the Pittsburgh Symphony orchestra for 28 seasons with Lorin Maazel, Andre Previn and Mariss Jansons as Music Directors. He loves to teach and continues to be a force on the music scene. Friday November 4th at 8pm at Calvary United Methodist Church 971 Beech Avenue Roy will present Reunion with h ...…
 
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