Repent, Believe, and Be Free | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 21, 2024

Repent, Believe, and Be Free | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 21, 2024

This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for January 21, 2024. This is the Third Sunday of Epiphany. The RCL looks at the message of Jesus and the calling of the first disciples in Mark 1. The NL continues the journey through Mark with the healing of the demon possessed man in the Gadarenes.

In all of the readings there seems to be a sense of urgency. Life is short and fleeting. Don’t be distracted by things that don’t last. Repent, Believe, and let the Good News set you free.

The Sower | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 14, 2024

The Sower | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 14, 2024

This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for January 14, 2024. This is the second week of Epiphany. The RCL dips into the Gospel of John and explores the calling of Philip and Nathanael. The NL continues a journey through Mark in chapter 4 with the parable of the sower and the four soils.

A New Year With Mark | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 7, 2023

A New Year With Mark | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries on January 7, 2023

Happy New Year! This post offers visual resources for the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary for January 7, 2024. This is the beginning of Epiphany. It is the season where Jesus steps into the public light and begins his ministry of preaching and healing. The RCL looks at John the Baptist and Jesus’ baptism in Mark 1. The NL continues a journey through Mark in chapter 2 with a dramatic healing story, calling a tax collector, and new wineskins.

The Gospel of Mark | Part 1: Introduction

The Gospel of Mark | Part 1: Introduction

The Narrative Lectionary is beginning a journey through Mark this week, AND the Revised Common Lectionary is in Mark all year (Year B). So, I thought it would be fun to  make a series of videos over the coming weeks that walk through the Gospel of Mark. Enjoy!...

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