What’s next for CatchyLecty?

Over the last 5 years, we’ve attempted to bring creativity to following the lectionary in a way that would be beneficial to pastors that like following it, but need help making it engage the community. 

We’ve developed series for each season, and provided series graphics.  We’ve also had a community of pastors that have met weekly to talk through the lectionary passages. We always wanted to be able to provide a way for more pastors to get the benefit of these discussions who couldn’t be in the conference call. 
We are excited to announce that in the next couple weeks we will launch a CatchyLecty Podcast. This would be an under 20min conversation to address exegetical and practical implications. There are tons of resources out there, but sometimes it can get overwhelming. We are hoping to be able to sift through a lot of the details and give some practical direction on how to preach it.
We are very excited about this and hope that you will benefit from having this resource. 
More info coming soon. 

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Ordinary Time 2012 | Give Me Jesus

Usually during Ordinary Time, we take a break from following the lectionary and do some other series.  But this year, we decided that we would stick with hearing from the Gospel passages.  We want to hear from Jesus.  We want to be enamored with Jesus once again.  Join us.

Lectionary Passages

Examples of Resonance

here’s a clip from the new blue like jazz movie where don is pondering whether the evidence for God can be found all around us in the beauty of life.

you can download it for free right now from wingclips.com


The Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapses because a wind rushes through, creating a sound that is the same pitch as the resonant frequency of the bridge causing it to shake till it collapses, or “dance, till it can’t dance no mo'”. (WIKI).

A wine glass breaking when it’s resonant pitch is played, which gives new meaning to this lyric, “my cup cannot contain all of your glory.”- David Crowder, After All (Holy)

Bugs Bunny cartoon where the opera singer sings a pitch so long that the entire concert hall collapses.

The music brings these otherwise lethargic and, as one of the physicians said, “dead” people to life.

There is a song that is the being sung that when we hear it, we are brought back to life and can’t help but sing along.

Take this example from a physics professor using two tuning forks to explain this phenomenon.