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Elizabeth Kirkland Cahill is an author, lecturer and biblical scholar. She is the co-author, with Joseph Papp, of Shakespeare Alive!
Faith Advent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillDecember 07, 2018
We are called to place ourselves intentionally within the physical and temporal structures in which God may speak to us.
Faith Advent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillDecember 06, 2018
Buoyed by that love and mercy, we find wholeness — peace — through acts of kindness, healing and justice.
Faith Advent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillDecember 05, 2018
All of us occasionally have “last straw” moments in our lives, when we feel we simply cannot bear the weight of one more demand.
Faith Advent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillDecember 04, 2018
The person who fears the Lord will follow his or her conscience.
Faith Advent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillDecember 03, 2018
God calls us to him, urging us to make the twisting and laborious ascent to where he dwells in wisdom, holiness and love.
Faith Advent Reflections
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillDecember 02, 2018
Throughout this Advent, our readings invite us to focus our waiting on the greatest hope of humankind, the coming of Jesus Christ.
Faith Podcasts
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillMarch 09, 2018
Today’s psalm prompts us to consider the balance of talking and listening in our lives.
Joseph sold by his brothers (Genesis 37), published 1841
Faith Podcasts
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillMarch 02, 2018
Even when we are unaware of the acts of God, He continues to operate in our lives with the ineffable, inscrutable power of his love.
Faith Podcasts
Elizabeth Kirkland CahillFebruary 23, 2018
Perhaps the gift of the rough seas is that they force us to acknowledge our utter dependence on the One who loves us.
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Elizabeth Kirkland CahillFebruary 16, 2018
“I’m sorry—I was wrong”—these can be hard words to say.