You won’t BELIEVE what they say when the cameras are off!
(This picture is not an accurate representation of our lives, or the lives of anyone we know. Also, please don’t wear this outfit, EVER.)
We, seriously, talk about how we see managing money and asking for it, which we call “stewardship.” Enjoy!
Did y’all (humin) know there was a Parthenon in Nashville? Just one more fun fact to be found on Greek for the Week. Enjoy.
These readings for All Saints (not the regular RCL, which I guess is a thing?) include all KINDS of crazy words, including a word study on “makaroi” (Blessed) that can be found
here. Enjoy and I hope it’s helpful!
A nice short gospel for us that has insults galore. Passive aggressive much, hypocrites?
Jesus is STILL answering the religious leaders’ (or his own rhetorical question?) and we learn some new words for kill and murder! Good times on Greek for the Week. Thanks for listening.
I know it’s a tough week. This text has some unexpected violence, too. Blessings on your preparation and thank you for listening.
Murmuring! Bastadzo (maybe my second favorite Greek verb ever)! And where does the word Despot come from? This brief Greek for the Week gets into it. Thanks for listening.
In which the Revs make a triumphant return (our fourth!) and talk about how they got to a state where you show people where you live on your hand.
Fun words this week! Torturer! Seventy times seven!
Plus Peter shows just how much of a special snowflake he really thinks he is.