Month: February 2015

That Ishmael Might Live in Your Sight by Alexis Carter

Carter is the leader of Discipleship Ministries at Tulsa’s Metropolitan Baptist Church and is a founding board member of “Gravity,” a center for contemplative activism. Her reflection is based on Genesis 17: 18.

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Mark’s Gospel as Haunted Text by Josh Linton

Phillips alumnus and Director of Recruitment at the seminary, Linton shares a very personal story about Mark’s haunting text (Mark 1: 15-16) and those displaced by the varying ideas and images of Jesus.

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When Two or More are Gathered by Mindy McGarrah Sharp

Assistant Professor of Pastoral Theology & Ethics, McGarrah Sharp reflects on Matthew 18:20; about the webs of life that hold us together and keep us apart; where beauty and tension are present when two or more are gathered.

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Injustice Threat to Justice by Darell Christopher

2006 Phillips Alum reflects on the civil rights movement and the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Rev. Christopher, pastor at First Christian Church, Tahlequah, is an accomplished musician, as well as internet radio host for a Gospel music program Sunday mornings on radioidl.com.

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