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Ninth Bishop of Texas

Release Date: 03/30/2018

A Good Word for the Sick: Easter show art A Good Word for the Sick: Easter

Ninth Bishop of Texas

We have a good word for the weary world, for the sick, for those who seek to heal, to those who care, to those who sit with the dying. A good word to the fearful and anxious even in a time of pandemic, of physical isolation from one another- even in this time of the coronavirus.

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Shepherd on Our Darkest Hills show art Shepherd on Our Darkest Hills

Ninth Bishop of Texas

The cross is a banner on our darkest hills, signaling that the instrument of disgrace and death is now a beacon of hope - in the face of an unjust world filled with the vestiges of racism and white supremacy, truly filled with every kind of violence and suffering that we know. Jesus knows our suffering and comes as our shepherd.

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Bishop Michael Hunn - Come on and Zoom! With Bishop Andy Doyle show art Bishop Michael Hunn - Come on and Zoom! With Bishop Andy Doyle

Ninth Bishop of Texas

"It’s not about going back, it’s about going forward.” Please welcome Bishop of the Rio Grande Michael Hunn!

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The Embodied Gospel show art The Embodied Gospel

Ninth Bishop of Texas

We cannot begin to dismantle the institutional violence, nor much of the world’s evils, if we do not begin by re-embodying the Gospel.

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Malcolm Guite, Christian Poet - Come on and Zoom! show art Malcolm Guite, Christian Poet - Come on and Zoom!

Ninth Bishop of Texas

Malcolm Guite brings poetry to our understanding of current times. Take a moment to rest in this: what can we learn from poets of similar points in history? Listen for good humor, stirring readings, and Quarantine Quatrains.

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Evan Smith, Texas Tribune - Come on and Zoom! show art Evan Smith, Texas Tribune - Come on and Zoom!

Ninth Bishop of Texas

In this new series, Bishop Doyle interviews experts and asks big questions. Where are we going? What does it mean for the church?

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Come Out of Your Self Made Lands show art Come Out of Your Self Made Lands

Ninth Bishop of Texas

When we walk miles and miles with God, we reclaim our kinship with God, from whose heart we were shaped. We can no longer divide the human community into “friends” and “others,” and we discover rather quickly that there are no strangers or aliens in God’s country.

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Prophetic Citizenship of Renunciation show art Prophetic Citizenship of Renunciation

Ninth Bishop of Texas

What can we learn from the Devil?

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Ash Wednesday: Raise the White Flag show art Ash Wednesday: Raise the White Flag

Ninth Bishop of Texas

It’s good to have an intro rock anthem. My new fave right now is Sarah McLaughlin’s White Flag.

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Charged with Grandeur show art Charged with Grandeur

Ninth Bishop of Texas

We are often fooled into believing in different narratives. School, politics, Twitter, whatever. They buttress our own buffered selves, souls, and egos, reassuring us: "no, really, you are alone."

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