“We are visiting again that great prayer that the Lord taught the disciples. The early church called this the ‘Abba Father’ prayer to describe a close relationship between a parent and child. It is the prayer that unites us [Christians] under the lordship of Christ,” the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock said.
All across the country and the world, households are food-insecure and struggling to maintain a consistent source of sustenance. This summer, Chautauqua Institution has committed to bringing this issue of local and global hunger to the forefront with the Week Two lecture theme, “Feeding a Hungry Planet.”
Deep theology and humorous asides characterized the sermon by the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock Sunday at the 10:45 a.m. morning worship service and sermon.