Hakan Yesilova, editor of The Fountain magazine, will speak at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at the Baptist House on “Spirituality in the Age of Anxiety.” In his talk, sponsored by the Friends of the Muslim Community
What do three of the greatest sermons in the history of these United States have in common? It was a question posed by the Rev. Robert Allan Hill, Week Seven chaplain-in-residence, at the 10:45 a.m. Sunday
“Is there anywhere in the Bible that shows Jesus laughing?” asked the Rev. Susan Sparks at the beginning of the 9:15 a.m. Thursday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. Chautauquan Susan Hughes had stopped Sparks
A few years ago, the Rev. Susan Sparks and her husband made a pilgrimage to the Holy Land — Memphis, Tennessee. “Memphis is the home of the Southern trinity: blues, barbecue and the Bible Belt,” Sparks
“Some of my best sermons come from riding on my motorcycle, like ‘Hells Angels We Have Heard On High,’ ” said the Rev. Susan Sparks at the 9:15 a.m. Tuesday morning worship service in the Amphitheater.
“Humor and laughter are the most powerful gifts in life,” said the Rev. Susan Sparks at the 10:45 a.m. Sunday morning worship service in the Amphitheater. “The congregation this morning is a visual reaffirmation of