Welcome to this week’s episode of Tea With Two Revs, returning to the podcast this week for a two episode look into the book of Ruth is Michelle Eastwood. As we finish up the Book of Ruth we talk about feet, widows, refugees, family lineage, and more.
Our readings from the lectionary for the week can be found here.
Don’t forget to check out other resources, links and more below.
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VERSE OF THE DAYMark 12:44
“For all of them have contributed out of their abundance; but she out of her poverty has put in everything she had, all she had to live on.”
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Downloadable transcripts are coming, just working out a few hiccups in the process.
A very warm welcome back to Michelle Eastwood for our second episode delving into Book of Ruth. Michelle’s previous episode links and material can be found below this week’s extras.
Australian Lutheran College – Festival of Learning
Doing Contextual Bible Study: A Resource Manual, Gerald West
Association of Practical Theology in Oceania Linked to Registration for Symposium for Healing and Reconciliation.
Michelle’s work with the Australian women in Religon Project, can be found here from 12 September 2021 episode.
And the wiki project link https://divinity.libguides.com/feminist/women-in-religion
Check out the videos below for a great video Michelle has shared. “Glimpses into the spirit of Gender Equality”
Glimpses into the Spirit of Gender Equality.A video shared with me through the Buhddist networks I have been developing.
Music of the Psalms
Daily Offerings for Dwelling in God’s Word
Pathways To God This is a wonderful resource full of spiritual exercises you can practice to be fed and nourished. I was particularly taken with this page which is an 31 day opportunity to meditate on God’s word using different Ignatian ways to pray. Day 21 is an examen in gratitude.