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There is a rhythm to scripture. Often, people tell about something they did that led to something else...and that same rhythm is often how we start social movements. Sermon begins at 14:51.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Did you hear the one about the Ukranian Mother who died and went to heaven...?The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
The return of Kelsey Davis, today representing Blue Ridge Service Corps, on behalf od the Diocese of Western North Carolina! Sermon begins at 16:22.Kelsey Davis
Remembering is a way to materialize things for our hearts and our minds. Remembering can increase our faith, our hope, and our believing. Sermon begins at 11:22.Yuri Rodriguez
Weeping doesnt get the last word. We can say with joy, Alleluia, Alleluia, Alleluia. Sermon begins at 15:50.
Palm Sunday with the reading of the Passion Gospel, and music from our wonderful musicians.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Join us for another episode where Chief Greg Jackson discusses a case of aspergillosis and another case of hemolytic anemia.
This week we hear from friend of St. A's, The Rev. Quentin Cox. Sermon begins at 11:37.The Rev. Quentin Cox
A Bilingual Service of Justice and Liberation Celebrating the lives of Cesar Chavez and Msr. Oscar Romero. Sermon begins at 17:42.The Rev. Francisco Garcia
The Fig Tree Gets a Second Chance. Sermon begins at 13:34.The Rev. Richard Wineland
In this last episode of Season 5, Dr. Sudipta Chakraborty shares about her unique training experience, her remote work, and her role in clinical trial management.Vanderbilt University
Dr. Li Yang tells us about her work at the National Cancer Institute as well as how her training at Vanderbilt helped her prepare for the next step.Vanderbilt University
Unpacking in Lent the art of weeping. Weeping is a lament full of compassion. It is a sign of love in all of us who were planted with a longing for life. Sermon begins at 9:17.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Ash Wednesday calls us to turn our gaze to the earth, to remember we are stardust, golden, blessed. Ash Wednesday also nudges us to downward mobility, to humility, to prayerfully change. Sermon begins at 13:19.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Moses and Elijah haven't shown up fo rme as they did for Jesus; however, two of my beloved Ukranian friends--Vitali & Zoya--have been on my heart and by my side, encouraging me to pray, "Archangel Michael: Slava. Glory. Deliver Ukraine from evil and guide them (and all of us) into grace and peace." Sermon begins at 12:32.…
Confirmation Sunday and visit with the Bishop of Tennessee, the Rt. Rev. John Bauerschmidt.
Part of our jobs as seeksers, truth lovers, and disciples, is to look for the dance, those moments when you and I are with the Holy Spirit. There are steps to this dance that people have been following for centuries. Sermon begins at 10:24.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Episode Notes In this episode, we discuss the always daunting (but hopefully not anymore after listening) topic of hyponatremia - with our chief nephrology fellow Max Nutt. We get to hear a nephrologist walk us through how they think through the physiology and diagnosis of hyponatremia, and also how they approach management in the inpatient setting…
Dr. Tiffany Farmer, PhD, has used her skills and interest in science communication to create her career path, now has a manager of a team of Medical Science Liaisons. Learn more about her role as well as what she looks for in candidates!Vanderbilt University
Becoming community that doesn't turn. Sermon by Sarah Stell, begins at 10:52.Sarah Stell
Our readings this morning -- as well as the beloved Thich Nhat Hanh who died this week -- invite us to Getaway. But it's not just getting away from worry and hurry and suffering that we desperately need; Spirit is ever nudging a get-away to the joy and peace of the Lord. Sermon begins at 14:50.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Sermon by Yuri Rodriguez on the power of a name, and the presentation of "I Have a Dream," by The Rev. David Shivers.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Where do you see light in the dream of creation? Sermon begins at 6:34.The Rev. Becca Stevens
What does it mean to come into an understanding of the Christmas season? Its coming to a place to see in this story God gathering all of God's people together from across the diaspora, and telling us that he will turn our mourning into joy. Let us all receive this gift. Sermon begins at 10:47.The Rev. Francisco Garcia
What child is this? We are the child of God bearing the love of Christ in us. We are the child who is embraced and then sent back out to love again. This year dear child of God, "we raise a song on high as Mary sings a lullaby" to all the children of God she loves as her own. Sermon begins at 12:02.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Alumna Dr. Katie Vowell, PhD, shares about her role in industry with GSK, including the interview process and what it is like to work day-to-day with the company.Vanderbilt University
The Greatest Pageant Ever! Celebrating the LOVE of Advent 4The Rev. Becca Stevens
Rejoice in the Lord, always. Why does Paul tell us to let our gentlness be known to everyone? Might it be because the Lord is near? Sermon begins at 11:15. The Rev. Quentin Cox.The Rev. Quentin Cox
Dr. Sue Lee, PhD, shares about her role consulting and conducting business development with Alkermes as well as the switch to industry from academia.Vanderbilt University
Its a bit early, but as a university campus, when else could we celebrate all together?! Join us for great music and cheer.The Rev. Becca Stevens
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How do we find the hope of Advent? Finding Advent in the midst of chaos. Sermon begins at 10:44.The Rev. Francisco Garcia
"The End is near" is good news, a reminder that history is evolving to an end, an omega point, where everything and everyone returns to the Beloved. But there's something else that must not be missed; that is, the end--the Omega--is a name for the One who is and was and is to come, the Almighty. Sermon begins at 10:18.…
The lessons today are cosmic, and they remind us that through our rebirth, we become peace, we become love, even in the hardest of times. Together, we walk towards these greener pastures. Sermon begins at 9:37.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Dr. Marquicia Pierce, PhD, shares about her role in technology start-ups and her unique advice on what current graduate students and postdoctoral fellows should pursue with their interest in business.Vanderbilt University
Celebrating the saints reminds us grief is real, and that when we leave this life, we go back to God. Sermon begins at 12:59.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Join us as we chat with Lehanna Sanders, PhD, Business Development Manager, Advanced Solutions Life Sciences. Dr. Sanders focuses on national and international sales of bioprinting technology and tissue engineering solutions.Vanderbilt University
The Rev. David Shivers preaches about faith in a world where loving one's neighbor isn't always a priority for our world. Sermon begins at 10:08.The Rev. David Shivers
Dr. Shruti Sharma, PhD, is a postdoctoral alumna of Vanderbilt University and currently a data scientist with Ingram Content Group. Dr. Sharma's encouraging episode tells us about her path and what to pursue with an interest in data science.Vanderbilt University
Be Bartimaeus, recognize your blindness and where you need to shout for mercy, because this is the biggest gift you can give yourself to walk the path forward. The whole world is where Bartimaeus is, shouting on the side of the road Son of David, Have Mercy! Sermon begins at 10:20.The Rev. Becca Stevens
Modern medicine doesn't have a tonic for lovesick hearts, but an astounding number of people get heart transplantations in Nashville, TN. The path to transplantation is as much of an emotional rollercoaster as an exhibit of advances, courage and despair. Hear what it takes to make sure hearts keep beating well into the future.…
The book of Job teaches that questions are a sign of love -- not only to God but also from God. Sermon begins at 12:15.The Rev. Dr. Scott Owings
Dr. Allie Greenplate, PhD, is the Associate Director of Science and Operations at the Immune Health Project at the University of Pennsylvania.Vanderbilt University
The ultimate goal is to live confidently and enjoy life on our terms. Let’s make sure we’re leaving on the same note. It’s a script flip: this episode isn’t morbid; it’s a sign to prioritize your values and wishes. Get comfortable with the uncomfortable.
Self Love + Self Care Being aware and present with our needs are really closely linked with our ability to answer the call of God to seek justice and peace for all. Sermon by Yuri Rodriguez begins at 12.31.Yuri Rodriguez
Where is God when... Sermon by Sarah Stell begins at 12.59.Sarah Stell