Lectionary Living

Lectionary Living

By Barbara Laymon
Exploring the Sunday scripture readings of the Revised Common Lectionary from a family systems view; Centering daily life around the Sunday readings through questions for reflection; Becoming more oneself and more connected with others.
Dr. Barbara Laymon, author and host, is a family counselor in clinical practice. She has published a religious novella with Augsburg Books.

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Sheep Flu Pandemic (Palm Sunday)
Can human behavior be described as a sheep flu pandemic? My blog post for the April 5 (Palm Sunday) readings considers the days leading up to the crucifixion of Jesus.
05:31
March 31, 2020
Coronavirus, Anxiety, and Scripture (March 29 Lent 5)
Reflections - fair warning, longer than usual - brought to you by the novel coronavirus.
08:25
March 29, 2020
Nobody's Fault (Mar 22 Lent 4)
Two very different people – David and the man born blind – and the capacity to live according to the way things really are.
17:58
March 15, 2020
Grace (Lent 3)
Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well: a case study on finding the grace in life
05:23
March 10, 2020
View from Above
A bit of the Nicodemus in all of us: what gets in the way of becoming more of a self, born from above, where the perspective on life is bigger.
05:37
March 3, 2020
Everything Takes Practice
How humans are tempted - and how practice in standing up to temptation can make a person more fully alive.
05:01
March 1, 2020
A Family Therapist Looks at the Lectionary for January 19th
A Family Therapist Looks at the Lectionary for January 19th
04:50
February 19, 2020