Friends, Romans, and Preachers -- this here is the last episode of The Lectionary Lab Live podcast, and in it we explain where we've been and where we're going (thanks, Forrest!) Y'all give a listen -- and thanks for your faithful listening all these years. There is a "look back" clip from the first-ever podcast episode, and our special musical guest to close the show will be Jimmy Durante singing, Good Night (It's Time to Go.)
For the Seventh Sunday after the Epiphany, the Bubbas are evaluating Jesus' "you have heard that it was said...but, I say unto you" teaching method and delving into the Levitical commentary on Torah -- all in a day's work, you know! Special musical guests are the Kids Place Singers performing The Perfect 10 -- written by Kathie Hill and Janet McMahan-Wilson.
It's a "bonus" replay of our previously-recorded session for this week, folks; Delmer and John both had pretty busy schedules and just couldn't quite get'er done. We hope to be live again next week! Happy preaching for this Sixth Sunday after the Epiphany.
For the Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany, it's still the power of the cross! Listen to the Bubbas babble, then enjoy Keith and Kristyn Getty perform one of their dynamic new hymns.
The Bubbas talk texts for the Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany. Special musical guests are the congregation of the First Baptist Church of Pacific Beach, California, singing In Lovingkindness, Jesus Came.
For the Third Sunday after the Epiphany, the Bubbas are talking some deep theological stuff -- and, what does it mean to "fish for people," anyway? Special musical guests are the Choral Singers of Norwich Cathedral with Lift High the Cross.
For the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, John the Baptizer (JTB, as we like to call him) is making a "transfer of power" to Jesus. Hence, our outroduction will be Agnus Dei, presented by the Choir of New College, Oxford, in a setting by Samuel Barber -- his Opus 11.
What we have here is a disputed title for the day -- albeit, a gentle one! It is either The Baptism of THE Lord or The Baptism of OUR Lord, depending upon your liturgical flavor. Either way, Bubba and Bubba are back with more homiletical and theological gerrymandering for your listening pleasure! Special musical guests are Silent Partner and Karla Bonoff.
Whilst Delmer and John are on a bit of a holiday break, here is a replay of our episode from 2013 dealing with these texts for the First Sunday after Christmas. Happy holidays, all y'all!
For the Fourth Sunday in Advent, the Bubbas are moving right along with Isaiah, Ahaz, and Joseph -- all given a sign. Special musical guests are the Ladies' Quartet of Cameron Baptist Church in Cameron, NC, singing Christmas Has Its Cradle, Easter Has Its Cross. They done us a nice job!