John and Delmer are jawing over the texts and a few sermon ideas for the Second Sunday after the Epiphany. It ain't all bad! Special musical guests are combined choirs of the Orthodox tradition from Singapore, offering a great hymn setting of Lord, Here Am I (words by Fanny Crosby, tune by John Ness Beck.)
This weekend we will be dealing with the Epiphany (on January 6) and the Baptism of the Lord (January 7). It's another twofer with Two Bubbas and a Bible, as we talk about preaching for the first Sunday in a new year! Special musical guests are Hillsong United, with Let There Be Light.
Coming at you just a tad early, the Bubbas wrap up 2017 with a triple-strength (but not triple length!) episode covering the Fourth Sunday in Advent, Christmas Eve/Christmas Day, and the First Sunday after Christmas! Special guests include Charlie Brown, Linus, and the Peanuts gang, along with Allison Krauss and Yo Yo Ma performing Caurl Loch Garman (aka, The Wexford Carol). Merry Christmas, everybody!
A little late thanks to Winter Storm Benji, but here we are with the Third Sunday in Advent. Great texts (as usual) and moderately insightful comments from John and Delmer! Our musical outerlude will be a classic carol, Als ich bei meinen Schafen wacht (aka, While By Our Sheep We Watched at Night.) The catchy tune is by Hugo Jüngst.
It's the Second Sunday of Advent and the Bubbas are holding forth, per usual. Enjoy a nice touch of "Comfort Ye, My People" from Handel's Messiah to close the show!
The Bubbas are back and talking texts and preaching for the The First Sunday of Advent. Special musical guests are Audionautix performing The Mighty Kingdom (from their web album available on Youtube.)
Hey, everbody -- we're back (at least for a quick shoutou!) John and Delmer give an update on what they've been doing, and their newest project: A Handful of Advent. The helpful preaching and worship planning handbook is available on Amazon.com just in time for the start of Year B and the holiday season. Thanks for tuning in!
Also, let us know if you're interested in hearing the Bubbas return to the airwaves with some form of the podcast. We've missed you!
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.