The Progressive Christian Voice
Summary: Listen to sermons that connect spiritual teachings to the relevant issues of our day. Featuring sermons at Western Presbyterian Church in Washington, D.C..
We are not floating around unattached. We are attached to God and one another.
Work has a sacred dimension. Can we find it?
Our culture is filled with harsh, hurtful words. Jesus calls us to use words to heal.
Does faithfulness entail suffering, sacrifice, neither or both?
Burn out is a real issue. How did Jesus deal with it?
Times are bad and seemingly getting worse. The Christian response?
In light of abuses in our Christian tradition, how can we gain a healthy notion of our self?
We regularly experience the reality of defeat in life. But we can we learn about defeat and suffering in our battles for social justice and in our personal lives?
Can we embrace our God-created goodness? If we can, we will begin to incarnate the goodness.
Can we move beyond our denial of death to an affirmation of life?
Faith and Science compliment rather than conflict with one another. Comments on racism, sexism and ageism
In times of abandonment, the Holy Spirit comforts us.
Does it work to work on our spiritual relationship with God?
This sermon is a couple of years old but I re-uploaded it in a smaller file size!
Having trouble controlling your temper? Worried about too much anger in our society? Let's look at God.