Zoom-Miriam: second offering
With Kathleen Kichline
July 20, 2020
This program is a repeat of Saturday’s Miriam.
She first appears as a little girl, clever, compassionate, resourceful, and fearless. We see her next as a young woman, leading other women in song and dance on the shores of the Red Sea. And we encounter her as an old woman who has borne the trial of years and must come to terms with the inner burdens carried for too long. At last, her death is recorded, and the community mourns her as a beloved leader and prophet.
Miriam is the only woman in the Bible for whom we know the span of her lifetime. She shares this distinction of a life-long story with her brother, Moses, David, the shepherd-boy-turned-king, and, of course, Jesus. What might the example of a life lived in service and love of God tell us about how to live our own lives? Join us for a zoom presentation on Miriam AND discover the other women instrumental in saving the life of her brother, Moses.
Kathleen MacInnis Kichline, M.Div., created a full series of Sisters in Tradition, which she led over three years at St. Thomas More Parish, Lynnwood, Washington. A follow up to her bible study, Sisters in Scripture, this series brings to life the stories of the foremothers of faith, accessing their own words and works. After many years of active parish ministry, Kathleen now serves as adjunct faculty at Seattle University and leads retreats both in person and online.
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