I am reposting Dr. Bob Cornwall’s original post “Everyone Ate Their Fill – A Sermon for Pentecost 9A“. Please visit his site for more interesting posts.
Theology is often seen as a discussion of dry doctrines, suitable mostly for academic institutions, but separated from the practice of faith. In this third volume of the Academy of Parish Clergy’s Conversations in Ministry series Dr. Bob Cornwall, church historian, theologian, and pastor, shows the ways in which one’s theology shapes one’s ministry in the church and in the world. Continue reading
I really enjoyed Dr. Robert D. Cornwall’s book, Unfettered Spirit. I hope that many of you will get a chance to read and discover the goodness of this book. It is a wonderful read for the church.
Robert D. Cornwall, Unfettered Spirit: Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening Gonzalez: Energion Publications, 2013
I am reposting Rev. Robert Cornwall’s book review of my latest book, “Making Peace with the Earth”. He is a prolific reader and writer. Please check out his website, “Ponderings on a Faith Journey” for other interesting reviews and blogs.
I am reposting Dr. Cornwall’s review:
HERE I AM: Faith Stories of Korean American Clergywomen.Edited by Grace Ji-Sun Kim. Foreword by Neal D. Presa. Valley Forge, PA: Judson Press, 2015. Xi + 162.
Lent is a season of reflection that begins on Ash Wednesday with words of confession, marked by ashes, and accompanied by a word of forgiveness. The journey continues with a word about how the Spirit led Jesus into the wilderness where he fasted and prayed and was tested for forty days (Luke 4:1-12). These forty days of Lent mirror the forty years that Israel wandered in the wilderness having their faith tested.