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Claiming the Call 02-09-2020

“Claiming the Call,” the 2/9/2020 sermon by Rev. Claire Chadwick, guest preacher on the occasion of Martha Stearns Marshall Sunday. Begins with reading of John 12:1-11. Sermon begins at 1:54.

Claire is a licensed American Baptist pastor and has recently started a graduate program at Central Theological Seminary, working toward a Masters in Counseling. In addition to schooling, she has been involved in anti-poverty campaigns with the Kairos Center, out of Union Theological Seminary, for over 10 years. She is currently a community organizer with the Kansas Poor People’s Campaign and Kansas Interfaith Action.

Martha Stearns Marshall was an 18th-century Baptist woman who preached alongside her husband. Since 2007, Baptist Women in Ministry has encouraged churches to invite a woman as guest preacher during February in her honor. This annual event has become a deeply significant source of joy and discovery for many churches, including those of us at FBC Lawrence, in celebrating the giftedness of women in ministry.

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#notthatkindofbaptist? 08-04-2019

“#notthatkindofbaptist?,” the 8/4/2019 sermon by Rev. Nathan W. Huguley, an FBC member who also works in the Office of Student Success at Central Baptist Theological Seminary. This is the second sermon in a four-sermon series titled “Who Are We Becoming?” Scripture reference: Luke 12.13-21, and also Colossians 3: 1-11.

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Responding to God’s Word: Fulfilling Left-Out Agendas in Ministry Together

by Sau Nam Mading of Myanmar, a student at Central Baptist Theological Seminary working toward her Master of Arts (Theological Studies). This is the first sermon in a four-sermon series titled “”The Four Ws: Who Are We? Work, Wonder, Worship, Welcome,” addressing the subject of “Work.” Begins with introduction by Rev. John Williams. Scripture reference: […]

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