Resources on Mary Hinkle Shore

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Is the Work of the Holy Spirit Among Us? Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/day-of-pentecost/commentary-on-1-corinthians-123b-13-3 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Gifts of the Spirit , Jesus , Community , Love Source: Working Preacher Mary Hinkle Shore's commentary on 1 Corinthians 12:3-13 highlights three clues from Paul to help discern gifts of the Holy Spirit—Does it proclaim Jesus as Lord? Is it for the common good? Does it activate love? Writing and Not Writing the Sermon Practical How-To by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=1667 Practical How-To by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Writing , Sermon , Creativity , Rest Source: Working Preacher Mary Hinkle Shore suggests "non-writing activities" that can help when a preacher gets "stuck" while writing a sermon. These include physical exercise, sleeping, and eating. Doing some other "intellectual" activity is not as effective. Speed Bumps and Surprises Practical How-To by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=2164 Practical How-To by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Preparation , Exegesis , Sermon , Preaching Source: Working Preacher In this video, Mary Hinkle Shore discusses the surprises that can be found in the text as preachers prepare their sermons, comparing them to speed bumps that require a slowing down to pay attention. (Length: 2:56) Preaching with Good Anxiety Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=2165 Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Preaching , Vocation Source: Working Preacher In this video, Mary Hinkle Shore reflects on the healthy anxiety that comes with the vocation of preaching. (Length: 1:58) Hang Out with the Text Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=2166 Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Exegesis , Preaching , Sermon , Scripture Source: Working Preacher In this short video, Mary Hinkle Shore urges preachers to "hang out with the text until something happens." (Length: 1:56) One More Hour Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=2169 Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Study , Preparation , Writing , Preaching Source: Working Preacher In this video, Mary Hinkle Shore recommends that preachers turn down the inner critic, and allow one more hour for sermon preparation, to play with the text, to follow a new idea, or to practice delivery.... Background of 2 Corinthians Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1337 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Paul , 2 Corinthians Source: Enter the Bible Mary Hinkle Shore of Luther Seminary gives a brief account of the background behind the writing of 2 Corinthians, including the tension between the church at Corinth and Paul. A Place for Women Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1318 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Women , Worship , Paul Source: Enter the Bible Mary Hinkle Shore of Luther Seminary notes the apparent discrepancies between Paul's attitude toward women in worship in 1 Corinthians 11 and 14, noting one theory which eases the tension between these texts. A Preacher's Work Practical How-To by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/craft.aspx?m=4377&post=2491 Practical How-To by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Preaching , Work , Ministry , Vocation Source: Working Preacher In this vide, Mary Hinkle Shore talks about what it means for a preacher to "show up for work." (Length: 02:04) The Body in 1 Corinthians Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1322 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Church , 1 Corinthians Source: Enter the Bible "Body" in 1 Corinthians can mean a couple things, says Mary Hinkle Shore. It can be the physical body, but also the spiritual body of the church, for which Paul is concerned. Lesson Plans Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2003-09/lesson-plans Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Hypocrisy , Teaching , Truth , Cross Source: The Christian Century Mary Hinkle Shore's reflection on Mark 8:27-38 and James 3:1-12 emphasizes telling the truth about God. Teachers must resist following the example of Peter (Mark 8:32) and telling the story of Jesus without the cross. Up and Out Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2007-05/and-out Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Joy , Ascension , Gospel , Holy Spirit Source: The Christian Century Commenting on the ascension of Jesus in Luke 24:44-53, Mary Hinkle Shore describes the continuance of the gospel in providing joy through the work of the Holy Spirit in the Church. Poolside Healing Article by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.christiancentury.org/article/2007-05/poolside-healing Article by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Healing , Ascension , Eschatology , Second Coming Source: The Christian Century As we wait for God to bring healing through Jesus' return, it is a good thing to see that one person's healing was not impossibly deferred. A reflection by Mary Hinkle Shore on John 5:1-9. Gospel of Matthew; Jews First, Gentiles Second? Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1442 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Matthew , Gospel , Gentiles Source: Enter the Bible In this video, Mary Hinkle Shore explains that despite the Jewish character of Matthew's gospel, the book is never interested in just the Jews, but the outsiders and gentiles, too; Israel and the nations. The Apostle of the Apostles Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/resurrection-of-our-lord-2/commentary-on-john-201-18-8 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Jesus , Resurrection , Mary Magdalene, Saint , Ascension Source: Working Preacher Exploring the interaction between Mary and Jesus at the tomb, Mary Hinkle Shore's commentary on John 20:1-18 discusses the themes of testimony, mission, and ascension. Both readers and Mary testify having encountered the risen Christ. Sermon on the Mount in Matthew Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1445 Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Sermon on the mount , Matthew , Jesus , Righteousness Source: Enter the Bible This brief video by Mary Hinkle Shore outlines the general purpose and contents of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7, highlighting the meaning of righteousness and the Lord's Prayer. Thomas: Come and see Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/second-sunday-of-easter-2/commentary-on-john-2019-31-13 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: EXPERIENCE , John , Thomas , Gospel Source: Working Preacher Commenting on John 20:19-31, Mary Hinkle Shore sees Thomas' "journey to faith" in Jesus as part of a pattern in John's gospel: people hear about Jesus, then have additional experiences yielding more complete understanding. What Was Jesus like as a Child? Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore http://www.enterthebible.org/blog.aspx?m=3783&post=1331 Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Jesus , Family Source: Enter the Bible This podcast and accompanying article explores what Jesus was like as a child, concluding that it was probably what one would expect of anyone’s childhood: misunderstood and unremarkable. The Shorthand 'Christ Crucified' Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.workingpreacher.org/commentaries/revised-common-lectionary/fifth-sunday-after-epiphany/commentary-on-1-corinthians-21-12-13-16-2 Commentary/Exegesis by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Paul , Crucifixion , Unity , Corruption Source: Working Preacher Mary Hinkle Shore’s commentary on 1 Corinthians 2:1-12 explores how Paul uses the crucifixion as a lens for his theology, and his emphasis on be like-minded as a way to combat conflict in the church. All Things Are Lawful Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore https://www.enterthebible.org/resourcelink.aspx?rid=1317 Audio/Video by Mary Hinkle Shore Topics: Law , Paul , Ethics , Christian Ethics Source: Enter the Bible In this video, Mary Hinkle Shore explains what Paul means when he says, "All things are lawful..." in the context of 1 Corinthians 10, and how Paul's words can inform Christian ethics.

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