Story-Lectionary.com. Revised Common Lectionary, Vanderbilt Divinity Library. The United Methodist Portal. Blogging benefits: Pastors discover online community enhances preaching Amy Forbus, Mar 18, 2008 By Amy Forbus Digital Community Builder United Methodist pastors are finding that online community over the Internet flexes their theological muscles, and their preaching and ministry are better for it. Though most may not receive as much feedback as their mega-church counterparts (the Rev. Adam Hamilton at Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kan., for instance, sometimes receives more than 50 comments on a single blog entry), United Methodist pastors are increasingly using technology to engage people in discussion and spiritual reflection at times other than Sunday morning. And those who may not meet regularly with a group of other pastors sometimes find that online tools such as e-mail and blogs (short for “weblog,” or an online journal) can help address that need, too.
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Pastor's Pointers Text Only Version. St. Jerome's Prefaces 1. NET Bible ! The Biblical Studies Foundation. College of Preachers - Home. Homiletics Online Home Page. John Shepler Portfolio of Articles. Kaj Munk. Danish playwright and priest, whose outspoken, passionately patriotic sermons during World War II led to his being killed by the Nazis.
Munk helped revitalize the Danish theatre by his rejection of the naturalistic drama in favor of the more spiritually oriented plays. Dominant features in Munk's writings were his deep Christian faith and admiration for the strong-willed man of action. "Mester med den tunge Tornekrone jeg kan ikke følge efter dig, naar en Præestegaard, en venlig Kone og to raske Drenge lokker mig. " (from 'Mester med de tunge Tornekrone', 1921) Kaj Munk was born Kaj Harald Leininger Petersen on the island of Lolland. The young Kaj was raised by a family named Munk – they were distant relatives – in Opager. Munk was educated at the Nykøping Cathedral School and at the University of Copenhagen, where he took a degree in theology in 1924.
As a playwrigt Munk started with Pilatus (1917), written at the Nykøping Cathedral School, but not published until 1937. Selected works: Holwick's sermon page, Sermons from Duke University Chapel. Preaching Peace. Beliefnet.com. Religion online. Stepping Stones for Worship & Preaching. Clergy resources.net. Christian Resource Institute, The Voice, Main Menu.