A sermon in my series on ‘biographies of faith’.
A couple of weeks ago we began a short series on biographies of faith. Over these few weeks I am doing something just a little different in my sermons as we consider the lives of women and men who are for us examples of the Christian life. As we sketch out these portraits of lives lived, we are answering this question:
What does it look like when someone is following Jesus?
And we are answering that most important question for ourselves:
How do we learn to really follow Jesus, to live a genuinely Christian life?
Two weeks ago we considered the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, who died as a martyr at the hands of the Nazis in 1945. This morning we turn to another biography of faith – to the story of a woman who is our contemporary. Continue reading