Resources on Karoline M. Lewis

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Stumbling Blocks Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2015-08/september-27-26th-sunday-ordinary-time Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Gospel , Sin Source: The Christian Century Karoline Lewis' reflection on Mark 9:38-50 points out our tendency to place stumbling blocks in the way of others and ourselves. Staying focused on Jesus diminishes the effects of those stumbling blocks. What's So Good About A Shepherd? Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3590 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Jesus , John , Preaching , Sermon Source: Working Preacher What makes Jesus the good shepherd? Karoline Lewis shares her insights on John 10:11-18, exploring the reasons why Jesus is the good shepherd based on the book of John. Boundless Discipleship Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2008-08/boundless-discipleship Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Discipleship , Purity Source: The Christian Century Setting the pericope in its broader context, Karoline Lewis argues that Jesus’s interaction with the Canaanite woman in Matthew 15:10-28 is actually about redefining defilement and purity. When Tears Are Wiped Away Sermon Starter/Outline by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3411 Sermon Starter/Outline by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: All Saints' Day , Grief , Hope , Compassion Source: Working Preacher Reflecting on Psalm 34:1-10; Matthew 5:1-12; 1 John 3:1-3; and Revelation 7:9-17 for All Saints' Day, Karoline Lewis suggests preaching on the passage that speaks to your congregation on this day of remembering and grieving. The Return of Palm Sunday Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2011-03/sunday-april-17-2011 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Palm Sunday , Liturgy , Jesus , King Source: The Christian Century In this article on Matthew 21:1-11, Karoline Lewis argues for the return of Palm Sunday observance, a day when God's reality and the world's reality are held in tension. Advent & Christmas Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=1685 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Advent , Hope , Preaching , Busyness Source: Working Preacher In this article, Karoline Lewis offers practical suggestions to address the challenges of preaching hope during the season of Advent, a time when hope can be drowned out by other worries. How is the Bible Organized? Audio/Video by Karoline M. Lewis http://www.enterthebible.org/blog.aspx?m=3783&post=534 Audio/Video by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Bible Source: Enter the Bible In this article, Karoline Lewis explains the organization of the Protestant, Roman Catholic, and Jewish Scriptures. The Power of Women in Ministry Practical How-To by Karoline M. Lewis http://worship.calvin.edu/resources/resource-library/karoline-lewis-on-the-power-of-women-in-ministry Practical How-To by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Sexuality , Gender , Women , Power Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship An interview with author Karoline Lewis, whose book 'She' discusses the unique challenges faced by women navigating life in ministry. Power, vulnerability, and embodiment all play a role. God on the Loose Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis http://www.enterthebible.org/blog.aspx?m=3783&post=3220 Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Hermeneutics , Words Source: Enter the Bible In this video, Karoline Lewis explains the value in reading multiple Bible translations. Using examples from the Gospel of Mark, she makes the point that the words we choose shape the way we see God's activity. Kangaroo care Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.christiancentury.org/blogs/archive/2011-04/kangaroo-care Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: God , Resurrection , Relationship , Care Source: The Christian Century In this reflection on John 1:18, Karoline Lewis recalls giving "kangaroo care" to her son who was born prematurely and reflects on the deep intimacy we have with God through Jesus. Theology and Vulnerability Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.ministrymatters.com/all/entry/7811/theology-and-vulnerability Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Fear , Ministry , Church , Preaching Source: Ministry Matters Exploring why we fear rejection from sharing our theologies, this book excerpt from Karoline Lewis' "She: Five Keys to Unlock the Power of Women in Ministry" encourages leaders to challenge the status quo by speaking truthfully. On Being Restored to Yourself Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3520 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Epiphany , Lectionary , Identity , Homiletics Source: Working Preacher In this reflection on Mark 1:29-39, Karoline Lewis notes how God restores us to who we are from who we pretend to be; from the brinks of our lives, from despair, disease, and desperation, to live.... Paul as Pastor Audio/Video by Karoline M. Lewis http://www.enterthebible.org/blog.aspx?m=3783&post=3655 Audio/Video by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Paul , Pastor , Community Source: Enter the Bible In this short video, Karoline Lewis provides insight on the Apostle Paul as a pastor who cares deeply about communities of faith that are experiencing transition and conflict. A Generous Forgiveness Sermon Illustration by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3322 Sermon Illustration by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Forgiveness , Ordinary Time , Exegesis , Sermon Source: Working Preacher This article by Karoline Lewis focuses in on the forgiveness theme for working preachers. Forgiveness is revealed to be a good idea for relationships but also "a theological necessity." What Does Grace Mean? Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis http://www.enterthebible.org/blog.aspx?m=3783&post=3460 Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Grace , John Source: Enter the Bible What does "grace" mean? In this video, Karoline Lewis talks about this much-used term. Though "grace" is used four times in the first chapter of John, the rest of the Gospel demonstrates what grace looks like. Power Potentials Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3653 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Power , Sermon , Preaching , John the Baptist Source: Working Preacher In this sermon starter for Mark 6:14-29, Karoline Lewis encourages preachers to think about power, how it is used and how it is abused. #DoItForJohn Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3663 Commentary/Exegesis by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Work of Jesus Christ , God's Deliverance , Commentary Source: Working Preacher In this commentary, Karoline Lewis explores John 6:24-35, specifically looking at Jesus' dialogue with the woman at the well and the implications of the first I AM declaration in Jesus' ministry. A Vision Check-Up Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3566 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Preaching , Jesus , Lent , John Source: Working Preacher What have we seen, what do we see, what will we see? Karoline Lewis reflects on John 12:20-33 and talks about the temptation to show Jesus too small in our preaching. Epiphany Expectations Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3491 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Epiphany , Lectionary , Identity , Jesus Christ's humanity Source: Working Preacher In this article on John 1:43-51 Karoline Lewis suggests that if God truly became human we should expect Him to experience the same realities of rejection, of questioning, of being exposed, of being known. The Immediately of Epiphany Article by Karoline M. Lewis https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=3500 Article by Karoline M. Lewis Topics: Epiphany , Lectionary , Faith , Daily Living Source: Working Preacher In Mark 1:14-20, Mark tells us that “immediately they left their nets and followed him.” In this article, Karoline Lewis draws our attention on the word “immediately” and reflects on the unpredictable nature of epiphany.

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