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Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Sermon
Guest preacher Don Brewington delivers the sermon for the 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. memorial service.

Get Up and Excorcise
Open worship the Spring 2024 semester. Ángel Gallardo preaches on exorcism and the need to replace unclean spirits with the Spirit of God. The Scripture readings were Isaiah 40:21-31 and Mark 1:29-39.

The end of the World as we Know it
Timothy Lincoln delivers his final regular Tuesday chapel sermon, asking how we should live to follow Jesus. The Scripture reading was Ephesians 1:15-23.

Awaiting Christ's Presence
Phil Helsel preaches on the importance of paying attention to the presence of God. The Scripture reading was 1 Thessalonians 5:1-11.

Questions
Bobbi Kaye Jones preaches on Joshua 24:1-3a, 14-16.

Through You, All people Shall Be Blessed
Bill Greenway calls for us to be motivated by the good of all people, and highlights the disastrous outcomes that result from succumbing to vengeance. The Scripture readings were Joshua 3:7-11, 13 and Michah 3:5-10, 12.

¡Vamos!
The Scripture reading was Deuteronomy 34: 1-12.

Taken on Purpose
Drawing from the Greek, Rodney Caruthers preaches on the need to set aside our or goals in favor of being open to God's purposes. The Scripture reading was Philippians 3:10-14.

A New Story for Old Knots
Preaching during a week of storytelling-themed at Austin Seminary, Andrew Zirschky discusses how, like Paul, we need a new way to understand our story. The Scripture reading was Philippians 3:4b-14.

What do you think?
Sarah Allen asks what a faithful response to God's call looks like. The Scripture reading was Matthew 21: 23-32.
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