Conversation with Pastor Tim Krick.
Joe and Geoff are starting a new series called “Why Lent?” In this episode they give an overview of the series and they talk about preaching themes for Ash Wednesday.
Links mentioned in the episode
Article by David Lose that inspired this series – https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?post=1465
Sunday is Coming – https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?post=1465
At the New England Synod Bishop’s Convocation we had an opportunity to talk with Bishop Yvette Flunder. She is an inspiring amazing woman who talked with the rostered leaders of the synod about how we can continue to be the church in the 21st century and beyond.
Bishop Yvette Flunder is a native San Franciscan and third generation preacher with roots in the Church of God in Christ. Bishop Flunder is an ordained minister of the United Church of Christ and holds both masters and doctorate degrees in Ministry from the Pacific School of Religion and the San Francisco Theological Seminary, respectively. In 2003, she was appointed Presiding Bishop of The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries, a multi-denominational coalition of over 56 churches and faith-based organizations from all over the world.
Bishop Flunder is a trustee and adjunct professor at the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, California. She is an active voice for the Religion Council of the Human Rights Campaign, as well as for the National Black Justice Coalition. Bishop Flunder is a highly sought after preacher and religious educator as evidenced by her having spoken at divinity schools nationwide including those at Duke, Yale , Drew, and the New York Theological Seminary. She is the author of Where the Edge Gathers: A Theology of Homiletic Radical Inclusion, published by Pilgrim Press. In addition to her memorable sermons, Bishop Flunder is also known for her beautiful singing voice, made famous through her gospel recordings with Walter Hawkins and the Family, the City of Refuge Choir and Chanticleer.
You can find out more information about Bishop Flunder you can find more about her here.