For the Eighteenth Sunday after Pentecost, the Bubbas are talking "heart and soul" -- where do you put your heart, and just what exactly is your soul worth? Guest artist is the late and great Luciano Pavarotti, offering one of opera's most poignant arias, Nessun Dorma ("No One Will Sleep") -- a tribute to love that will not be denied.
The Bubbas are back...though running a mite tardy...for the Seventeenth Sunday after Pentecost. The theme for today is the "overwhelmingness" of God's grace. We might've made that word up, but we like it! Special musical guests are the Chorale Singers of the Islington Baptist Church in Toronto with Wonderful Grace of Jesus.
For the Eleventh Sunday after Pentecost, John and Delmer are talking texts and slinging the homiletical hash. Our special guest is His Holiness, Pope Francis, who will close our broadcast with his opening of the Mass for the Solemn Feast of Corpus Christi.
Our apologies for the missed show last week -- but, we're back for the Tenth Sunday after Pentecost, hopefully as strong as ever! Delmer is talking prayer with Jesus and John has a whole lot to say about Hosea. Special musical guests are Lester "Roadhog" Moran and His Cadillac Cowboys (aka, The Statler Brothers) in their classic comedy role performing, Honky Tonk Girl.
For the Eighth Sunday after Pentecost, Delmer and John hold forth on the Samaritan who Showed Mercy -- some might say he was "good." Was he? Tune in to find out! Special musical guest is Michael Jackson, who offers Man in the Mirror for your introspective listening pleasure.
This week brings the Seventh Sunday after Pentecost, as well as for those who preach in the USA -- Independence Day. A little thought about this dual nature of preaching for today, with the gospel and pastoral responsibility helping us find some balance. Our musical closing features the late, great Dr. Ralph Stanley and the Clinch Mountain Boys singing, Almost Home.
Well, we had a little technical difficulty here for the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost, but we got most of the show on here. I kinda lost Delmer there at the end, so you won't hear his basso profundo "Everybody, bye!" -- but the witty commentary is all here. Anyhow, special musical guest is Beau Autin, who performs and records all nine vocal parts in an arrangement of the Moses Hagan classic choral piece, Elijah Rock.
For the Fifth Sunday after Pentecost, it's all about the hogs, the demons, the man possessed -- and Jesus! Special musical guests include Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot, and Bruce Reitherman performing the 1967 version of Bare Necessities, from Walt Disney's The Jungle Book.
Men, women, sinners, and saints; they're all here for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost! Delmer and John go at the texts for today, and the ensemble from Beacon Church International sings the classic hymn text, I Stand Amazed in the Presence (of Jesus, the Nazarene)
For the Third Sunday after Pentecost, it's widows and dead sons brought back to life and stuff like that! Guest singers are The Oak Ridge Boys with Dig a Little Deeper in the Well.