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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..

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Podcasts:

 Areopagus - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

John 14:5-21 Acts 17:22-31

 Holy Heartburn - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Psalm 116:1–4, 12–19; Luke 24:13–35

 Thinking God's Thoughts - Atwood | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

?Psalm 119:17–24; Romans 8:1–11; 12:1–2 The sermon is followed by a reflection from Lisa Delity, Chairperson of Heeding God's Call to End Gun Violence. __ Our preacher this Sunday is the Rev. Dr. James E. “Jim” Atwood. After nine years as a missionary in Japan, Jim was Pastor of two churches in Northern Virginia: Grace Presbyterian of Springfield, and Trinity Presbyterian of Arlington, from which he retired in 1999 as Pastor Emeritus. In retirement, Jim and his wife, Roxana, attended Western Church and they have many friends in the congregation. He served as Chair of the DC Chapter of Heeding God’s Call for three years before moving to the Sunnyside Retirement Community in Harrisonburg, Va. ?He has written two books on gun violence prevention: “America and Its Guns: A Theological Expose” (2012), and “Gundamentalism and Where It is Taking America” (2017). __ Lisa Delity is an educator in our area and chairperson of the Greater Washington Chapter of Heeding God’s call to end gun violence. She is the organizer behind the “Memorial to the Lost” T-shirts for victims of gun violence in our region, now in its fourth year.

 Still Falling Short - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown
 Breathing Again - Cunnigham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Psalm 130 & Ezekiel 37:1-14

 Seeing by Another Light - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: Unknown

Seeing by Another Light - Cunningham

 Crossroads Part 1: Fasting REDUX - Vazquez Torres | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Matthew 5:13-20, Isaiah 58:1-12 “Fasting REDUX” Rev. Jessica Vazquez Torres, preaching (Part 1); ?Panel of Anti-Racism Training Participants (Part 2)

 Crossroads Part 2: Participant Reflections | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Matthew 5:13-20, Isaiah 58:1-12 “Fasting REDUX” Rev. Jessica Vazquez Torres, preaching (Part 1); ?Panel of Anti-Racism Training Participants (Part 2)

 The People Fishing Business - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Isaiah 9:1-4, Matthew 4:12-23

 God's blessing Business - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Micah 6:1-8 & Matthew 5:1-12

 Light Business - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Psalm 40:1-11 & Isaiah 49:1-7

 The Family Business - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Matthew 3:13-17 and Isaiah 42:1-9

 Gaining Our Souls - Cunningham | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Luke 21:5-19 and Isaiah 65:17-25

 Through Grief Comes Newness - McMichael | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Jeremiah 8:18?9:1 Mark 8:27?38 This Sunday we welcome the Rev. Gary McMichael to our pulpit. A familiar face here at Western, Gary is a licensed therapist with the Center for Pastoral Counseling of Virginia, where he has been since 1999. He is also a minister member of National Capital Presbytery and has served the Trinity, Fairfax, and John Calvin Churches.

 Remaining Steadfast - Cadwallader | File Type: audio/mp3 | Duration: Unknown

Luke 15:11-32 The difference between tradition (which holds stories together) and traditionalism (we do it because we do it this way) is that tradition isn’t about finding the past or seeking to make the now like the past but rather, tradition offers an insight and an alternative to open up the future. ?This Sunday, we will delve into the familiar parable of the prodigal son and listen anew to the ways this story, which is foundational to our Christian faith and tradition, will open us to the future ahead.

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