Tag Archive | "Epiphany"

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Guest Devotion: “What Sort of Man Is This?”

Monday, January 23, 2017


This month’s guest devotion is written by Rev. Craig Donofrio, Director of Communications for the Eurasia Region. It is based on the Gospel reading found in the one-year lectionary for this past Sunday. Rev. Donofrio and his wife, Paula, are raising the funds needed to deploy to Prague, Czech Republic. This will be home base […]

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Devotion: “So that your way may be known on earth”

Wednesday, January 18, 2017


This week’s devotion reflects on the Psalm reading from this past Sunday, the Second Sunday after Epiphany. It is paired with the Gospel reading concerning the Wedding at Cana. –By Elizabeth Ahlman To The Choirmaster: With stringed Instruments. A Psalm. A Song. 67┬áMay God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face […]

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Devotion: Baby Jesus is Trouble (Epiphany 2016)

Wednesday, January 6, 2016


And that's how simple it is. Even my nearly three-year old knows the joy of "Baby Jesus" for us. When all of the other words and concepts are too hard, "Baby Jesus" is sure ground on which to land. But that's not how Herod felt. When Herod heard about Baby Jesus, he was troubled. This Baby King would ruin all his power and well-laid plans. And to be honest, this Baby Jesus is trouble for me, too.

Eurasia Blog Wednesday Devotion: Dry Bones

Wednesday, January 14, 2015


Ezekiel and the valley of the dry bones is the reading from today's Treasury of Daily Prayer. During this Epiphany season, our resurrection life in Christ Jesus is revealed to us.


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