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Jailer, Jailed, Judge, Jury: None are free until all are free

Jul 5, 2020 | Megan Ramer, Sermons

In our annual Interdependence Day worship – on the Sunday nearest the 4th – we again expose the lie of supposed independence, and instead claim the joy of justly-ordered mutual dependence and collective liberation! Willie James Jennings‘s fiery, faithful commentary is our conversation partner as we engage the imprisoned Jesus-followers in the Book of Acts. We know that God’s deepest desire is for the shaking of every prison foundation, the liberation of each imagination, and the release of every captive – on both sides of the prison bars. Thanks be to God! [sermon begins at 29:50]

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Preacher

Megan M Ramer

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Series

Narrative Lectionary – summer – Revolutionary Acts

Passage

Resources

Permission to podcast the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-726929. All rights reserved.

  • Slowing Turning – Words by Delorses Dufner © 2003, GIA Publications, Inc., Music Gaelic traditional, harmonization by Richard Proulx © 1975, GIA Publications, Inc.
  • Other credits:

  • You’ve got a place – words and music traditional spiritual
  • Som’lan dela (We will follow) – Words and music Zimbabwean traditional
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