For the Third Sunday after the Epiphany, Bubba and Bubba are talking 'bout great poetry, great texts, and how to make preaching great again (just kidding on that last one!) Tune in for passionate discussion and some great music from Aretha Franklin (who performs the gospel classic, Mary, Don't You Weep). Also, listen at the end for an announcement about a Lectionary Lab Workshop coming up in March -- let us hear from you!
For the Second Sunday after the Epiphany, the boys are talking texts and sermon ideas inspired by the water turned into wine! Special musical guests are Southern Raised performing a gospel music classic, Beulah Land.
For this First Sunday after Epiphany, the Church celebrates the Baptism of Jesus -- known variously (according to your tradition) as The Lord or Our Lord. At any rate, there's water, and there are John and Jesus, and there's a BIG Voice. You'll love it! Special musical guest is one of our favorites here on the Lab, Johnny Cash, performing I Walk the Line.
To kick off the new year and a new season, the Bubbas are talking Epiphany and the season of light. Special musical appearance is by the women of the Baptist World Alliance and a theme for an International Day of Prayer -- Arise, Shine.
For the Fourth Sunday of Advent, the key thought is, "The One Who Comes." Bubba and Bubba wrap up the calendar year of 2018 with this show, which features a performance of O, Holy Night by Josh Groban.
Lectionary Lab Live will return in two weeks with a take on the texts for Epiphany -- January 6, 2019.
For the Third Sunday in Advent, Delmer and John are getting their jollies from talking texts and preaching. John the Baptist simply will not be ignored, and there is great joy in all of the texts today. Special musical guests are the London Cello Orchestra and the Choir of Clare College, Cambridge performing an updated version of the ancient chant, Gaudete Christus est natus (Rejoice! Christ is Born!)
For the Second Sunday in Advent, the Bubbas are feeling a bit feisty and take on some great texts. Special musical guests are the Norton Hall Band performing a contemporary setting of a classic hymn text, How Firm a Foundation.
Apologies in advance for the recording quality this week -- we had a bit of a "bug" in the system and didn't know it till it was too late. We'll try to get back on track next week!
It's a new church year and the Bubbas are talking the First Sunday of Advent -- which is always just a bit strange when we've had Christmas music blaring at us in the stores and malls for quite a while! We're called to "remember" and "look ahead" during this season -- oh, and to be patient. What's that all about? Special guest musician is Johnny Cash, with his gospel rendition of Do Lord, Remember Me.
For this final Sunday of Year B, the Bubbas are considering the meaning of the phrase, "It's good to be the King!" No, actually, their musings are a bit higher than that as we consider some great texts that surround the emphasis on the rule of Jesus, "who is and who was and who is to come." Our musical guest today is the late, great Mr. Roy Clark performing Thank God and Greyhound.
For this final Sunday in Ordinary Time, the Bubbas are in hijinks over the gospel text and all such. Fitting musical commentary comes from Jon Brion with the theme from Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.