The Progressive Christian Voice
Podcast from Western Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC.
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The Progressive Christian Voice
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April 2016 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Apr 17, 2016
  • In the Struggle - Esslinger
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  • This Sunday we welcome to the pulpit Kurt Esslinger and Hyeyoung Lee, PC(USA) mission co-workers in South Korea, who will be in town for Ecumenical Advocacy Days. While they serve as a couple, coordinating the Young Adult Volunteer program in Daejeon, Kurt works with the National Council of Churches in Korea for peaceful reconciliation in Korea, and Hyeyoung works with Hannam University’s Global Multicultural Leadership Program.
  • Pub Date: Apr 13, 2016
  • The Look of Resurrection. Cunningham
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  • For Jesus's earliest followers, the resurrection wasn't an abstract concept, nor was it a one-time event. The disciples began to see and participate in all kinds of resurrections, to the point that it became a sign of their life together. What does resurrection look like today, for you, in our world? How might we learn to see the possibility of new life where no one thought it was possible?
  • Pub Date: Apr 12, 2016
  • Witnesses. Cadwallader
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  • We know the story that after Jesus rose, he visited the Doubting Thomas and invited the disciple to touch his wounds and know he is alive. But, what happens next? This Sunday, we’ll explore Jesus’ ascension into heaven. We’ll put ourselves in the shoes of those who watched him be lifted up and we’ll ponder how we might be his witness in the world today.
  • Pub Date: Apr 05, 2016
  • When the Ending is Not the End. Cunningham (Easter)
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  • The original ending of Mark’s gospel and account of the resurrection ends mid-sentence. No one sees the risen Christ. Nothing is resolved. Yet the words of the messenger at the tomb remain good news for the women and for us. What if the story continues, just not in the text? How does it read, if the best parts of the story are yet to come?