Lindsey Ardrey is a postulant for holy orders in the Diocese of Louisiana attending Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Texas. Before entering seminary, Lindsey worked as Children’s and Youth Minister at St. George’s Episcopal Church in New Orleans and served as co-chair for the diocesan Commission for Racial Reconciliation. She is a self-professed bibliophile, lover of speculative fiction, and writing enthusiast.
Sermons and Bible Studies
Hosea 11:1-11 Meditating on this passage of prophetic imagining surfaces the tension that characterizes the relationship between God and Israel. Both parties bend their backs, but God’s bending nourishes while the peoples’ bending isolates them from infinite sustenance. The poet paints a picture of YHWH—the God of their ancestors—who calls out to them time and […]
Acts 9:1-6, (7-20) Saul of Tarsus, the persecutor of Christ-followers, performs his job so thoroughly that Acts describes him as “still breathing threats and murder” (v. 1). Rounding up believers on the Way, binding them up, and sending them to Jerusalem was as innate to him as inhaling and exhaling. We might even presume that […]
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