Brehm Preaching

Doing Justice: Israel/Palestine

By erinbrockway / January 24, 2024 / Comments Off on Doing Justice: Israel/Palestine

Israel/Palestine is a sacred place to all Abrahamic faiths, considered to be “The Holy Land.” For many Christians, the tender emotions  are also mixed with concern over the ongoing tensions and conflict. What might it look like to hold God’s love, justice, mercy, peace, and hope as the lens through which we view the realities of this sacred land?

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Doing Justice: Racism

By erinbrockway / January 23, 2024 / Comments Off on Doing Justice: Racism

Everything about the topic of racism is contested and laden with pain. In this Micah Intensive, we will only touch the surface of the diverse perspectives and rich literature on racism and reconciliation that is available today. Together, we will explore a range of responses from Christians and try to understand the theology and values that…

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Ten Years Since Trayvon Martin’s Murder – A Conversation with Mark Labberton

By erinbrockway / March 2, 2022 /

Remembering Trayvon Martin — Join a Zoom Conversation with Mark Labberton

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New Episode of The Micah Podcast: America’s Church, Divine Fire or False Fire?

By erinbrockway / February 28, 2022 /

New Episode! America’s Church: Divine Fire or False Fire? At this moment in history, it seems many swaths of the American church are fueled by a fire far different than the divine fire of God. Michael Emerson’s talk at Midwinter 2022 stokes this conversation between Jin, Joy, and Bret. Listen on Spotify or iTunes.

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Featured Brehm Preaching Resources

By erinbrockway / January 24, 2022 /

The Micah Podcast; Micah Groups Facilitator Training; The Preacher as Sermon; Awakening to the Violence of Systemic Racism; The Arts, for the Life of the Church

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Introducing “The Micah Podcast”!

By jenniferackerman / January 21, 2022 /

Join Jin Cho, Joy Johnson, and Bret Widman — three pastors who became friends in Micah Groups — as they engage in courageous conversation inspired by current events and themes in the Micah Groups curriculum, First Things. These three friends and co-laborers in the Kingdom address some of the most challenging issues facing pastors and…

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Micah Groups Facilitator Training Enrolling Now!

By erinbrockway / January 1, 2022 /

This small group, fully immersive, online training will give you tools for facilitating courageous conversation in cross-cultural situations, engaging complex topics, and strengthening the convergence of worship, preaching, and justice in your life and ministry.

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The Church—Shaped by and Shaping the Outside Community

By erinbrockway / November 19, 2021 /

Micah Mobilizer Jin Cho reflects on the holistic, social, and communal dimensions of preaching and the liturgy—and on what it means for the church to both shape and be shaped by the community outside its walls.

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Courageous Conversation for Clergy and More

By erinbrockway / August 10, 2021 /

Dear Preachers, With August upon us, it’s that time of year to think about the new season of worship and programming that will launch in the fall. What is on your heart as you think about gathering with your church family — however that may look in the relentless march of this pandemic? Weary is the first word that…

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Addressing Anti-Asian Racism

By erinbrockway / June 10, 2021 /

Anti-Asian Racism in America and What Your Church Can Do About It
*A reflection from Micah Mobilizer, Jin Cho*

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