The story of Jesus’ birth in the Gospel of Luke confronts the oppressive power structures of Jesus’ day and offers an alternative vision of God’s commonwealth.
It is Christmas this weekend and both lectionaries take us back to Luke 2. This post offers visual resources to tell the Nativity story in fresh ways. Have a very merry Christmas!
Matthew and Luke each tell a very different version of Jesus’ birth. This year the lectionaries let us tell each of them in a special way. Here are some visual resources and commentary to help you preach and teach these important stories.
Christmas is just around the corner and it is time to go back to Luke 1 and 2 and hang out with the shepherds in the field, the heavenly host, and baby Jesus in a manger. This download pack will give you visual resources to tell the familiar story in new ways. Enjoy!
How to Live in Light of Coming Destruction in Luke and Micah | Visual Resources for Both Lectionaries This Week
This post offers visual resources for the week of November 13, 2022 in the Revised Common Lectionary and the Narrative Lectionary. Jesus warns the people of Israel about the coming destruction of the Temple in Luke 21:5-19 (RCL) and Micah warns the people of Judah to prepare for their coming judgment (NL).