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November 3, 2019 03
Nov 2019

I’m the Only One Left

A polio epidemic raged out of control in the little English village of Standing. The hospital was filled with children fighting for their lives, unable to walk or—in some of the worst cases—breathe on their own. Nearly every day a quarantine sign appeared on the door of another house.

October 13, 2019 13
Oct 2019

David’s Great-Grandmother

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

In the days following the Babylonian Exile, when the people returned to Jerusalem and rebuilt the city and the Temple, the scribe Ezra became very distressed that so many of his people, including religious leaders, had married foreign women and had children with them

October 6, 2019 06
Oct 2019

The Second Law

We’re skipping a lot of time and a lot of material between last week’s reading, the story of Moses’ birth and the women who made his life possible, plus the first part of his call story.

September 29, 2019 29
Sep 2019

Daughters of God

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

Now and then the textbook would have a sidebar or maybe even part of a chapter about a few women who had some kind of prominent role in a time or an event;

September 22, 2019 22
Sep 2019

Blessed and Broken

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

What’s your name? How did you come to have it? Do you know what it means?

September 8, 2019 08
Sep 2019

The Way It’s Supposed to Be

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

When I enrolled in a Bible as Literature class my first semester at Wichita State, I thought it would be an easy A.

September 1, 2019 01
Sep 2019

Clapping in Church

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

Did you know that everybody here speaks Hebrew, at least a little bit? We all know at least a couple words in Hebrew, and we use them quite frequently.

August 25, 2019 25
Aug 2019

Every Day Is Thanksgiving Day

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

If I were to ask you what the most religious holiday we celebrate each year is, what would your answer be?

August 18, 2019 18
Aug 2019

We Sat Down and Wept Together

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

After years of being warned it was coming, the people of Judah faced the unimaginable: the destruction of their capital city, Jerusalem, and their Temple on Mount Zion. The army of the Babylonian Empire, led by King Nebuchadnezzar, marched through Judah, destroying everything in its path.

August 11, 2019 11
Aug 2019

*petulant sigh*

Speaker: Sharla Hulsey

Most of us Christians, I think, are a little bit too polite with God. I’m not sure just what that’s all about.

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