Susan Sevier is currently an M.A. student at the Virginia Theological Seminary and a church musician at the Calvary Baptist Church in Washington, DC. When she is not busy practicing her Hebrew verb paradigms, she works as a freelance classical musician and writer. She blogs about her seminary experiences at www.sevierlybaptist.com and continues her musings on the relationship between music and faith at www.singingthejourney.com.
Sermons and Bible Studies
Isaiah 65:17-25 Our four readings from the lectionary for this Easter Day carry throughout the themes of victory, joy, gratitude and responsibility – all important lessons on this day when we celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord, and the passage from Isaiah sets the tone for the day. The reading comes from what is often […]
Isaiah 61:10-62:3 The writings of the prophet Isaiah are some of the most prominent as we walk through the teachings of Advent and Christmas, and today’s lectionary cycle begins with an outburst of hope and salvation – not a bad beginning for our worship on this first day of the Christmas season. In these words, […]
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