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.
For the Twenty-fifth Sunday after Pentecost (and Veterans Day in the US), Delmer and John hold forth on texts and preaching ideas. What do you want me to say -- it's what we do! Closing melody is Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me by Augustus M. Toplady, performed by the Antrim Mennonite Choir.
As the Church Year is winding down, the Bubbas cover texts for All Saints Sunday, as well as the Twenty-fourth Sunday after Pentecost. Closing music is a beautiful setting known as The Litany of the Saints, created by Michelle Sherliza, OP with music by John Becker.
Well, what can we say? Time has been a bit scarce this week, so here we offer you an "encore performance" of the Lectionary Lab Live podcast from 2015. John and Delmer are still talking texts and preaching still works pretty much the same for these texts. So, have at it and enjoy. We plan to be back "live" next week!
For this Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are discoursing relative to special treatment and servanthood -- and other such gospel lessons. Special musical guests are the Chancel Choir of Buncombe Street UMC in Greenville, SC performing Are Ye Able, Said the Master?
For the Twenty-first Sunday after Pentecost, John and Delmer are discussing what it means to find "the one thing." (Our thank to Curly for his ever-lasting wisdom on the subject!) Special guest musician is Dan Tyminski performing the fabulous Man of Constant Sorrow.
For the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are talking God's good intention and avoiding "the hammer." Special musical guests are the Cantus Laudendi, Eric Knapp, conductor -- performing Tom Fettke's classic choral setting of Psalm 8, The Majesty and Glory.
For the Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are back on track and talking Numbers, Mark's gospel, James and praying and other stuff. Musical guests are Three Winans Brothers (not to be confused with the Wayans Brothers) holding forth with If God Be For Us.
sorry to be late but john claims drug-induced haze after surgery this week. better late than never?
Arriving (late) along with Hurricane Florence, here's the show for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost. Larry Ford sings, "Follow Me."