Love and Grief, or the Mary Christmas Play by Phanésia Pharel
Youngblood Monday Lunch
Mary and Avi had a pact. Now Mary is waiting for it to be delivered. A box will try to answer the question: Are we ever alone? Written by Youngblood’s Phanésia Pharel, directed by Mikhaela Mahony, featuring Erin Cherry, Samraat Ghosh, Starr Kirkland, Drew Lewis, & Rachel Sachnoff, with sound designer Allison Kelly, & sound engineer Caroline Eng. Help us bring more plays to the table at ESTnyc.org/lunchmoney.
Mary Christmas - Ps Errol Buckle - 06/12/2020 Sunday Service
Heritage Christian Centre
Heritage Christian Centre is a church that loves God and loves people and whose mission is ‘connecting people to Jesus’. THIS SERVICE WAS RECORDED IN LINE WITH INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN BY THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT AT THE TIME.If you would like to give your tithes and offerings, support the ministry of Heritage Christian Centre and invest in the lives of others click here: https://heritagecc.com.au/give If you need prayer or want to share a good report click here: https://heritagecc.com.au/contact If you made a decision for Jesus or want to know more about him, we would love to hear from you. Either message us through Facebook or Instagram or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
"Mary Christmas: The Mother(hood) of God for the Perplexed" William Glass & Satoya Foster
Theology on Tap Chattanooga
"Mary Christmas: The Mother(hood) of God for the Perplexed" With Rev. William Glass & Satoya Foster Recorded live at The Camp House in Chattanooga, TN on Dec. 12, 2017. From the beginning, Christians have affirmed that Jesus Christ was “born of the Virgin Mary.” Is this confession just a leftover from a superstitious era, or is it a core part of our faith? Why do the Christian creeds bother to mention Mary when they don’t mention, say, Joseph? Does Mary teach Christians anything about the way God views motherhood – or how they should? Does she matter for our salvation? Does she teach us anything about God? We’ll explore all these questions in an unconventional format – via a conversation about motherhood between William Glass, who is not a mother, and Satoya Foster, who miraculously is. By telling Satoya’s journey through infertility to the surprising birth of her daughter Zoe, we will discuss why Jesus was born of a mother and no father, instead of, say, the opposite. We’ll learn why barrenness is such a big deal in the Bible (hint: it’s not just patriarchy!) and why (Mary’s) motherhood is a crucial part of how God saves us. Finally, we’ll show the part Mary plays in teaching Christians how to read their own Bible and to understand the motherhood of God their father. About the Speakers: William Glass is a PhD candidate in systematic theology at Southern Methodist University. His research is on Catholic and Protestant controversies concerning the doctrine of Marian co-redemption. Before attending SMU, he trained in biblical studies at Duke Divinity School, where he received one of two awards given to his year for excellence in Bible. Satoya Foster is a musician currently based in Chattanooga, TN. Her latest album, Emergence, is available as of November 2017 (https://satoyafoster.com/). She leads worship at Mission Chattanooga, a multi-chapel Anglican congregation, and she is also training for ministry at the Mission School for Ministry.