The Gospel of Luke

The ministry of Jesus Christ is presented from the point of view that Jesus is the Son of Man, emphasizing His compassion and concern for all humanity, especially the marginalized and outcast. Jesus offers salvation to all people, demonstrating God’s love through His teachings, miracles, and parables. Despite enduring  crucifixion, Jesus rises again, empowering His disciples to spread the message of repentance and forgiveness to all nations.

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Chris Sigall

Melinda Whiting

Melinda is an award-winning broadcaster, classical music host, and communications consultant, having worked with NPR, New York’s WQXR, Philly’s WHYY and WFLN, American Public Media, the New York Philharmonic, and St. Louis Symphony. She has hosted, produced, and edited Performance Today, produced a concert series from the Marlboro Music Festival, served as editor-in-chief of Symphony for the League of American Orchestras, sung professionally with various ensembles and choirs, been fully invested with the Curtis Institute of Music, and served with the Presser Foundation and Network for New Music, Musical Fund Society of Philadelphia and the Diocesan Council of the Episcopal Diocese of NJ.  Melinda now hosts classical music daily, Monday-Friday, from 10 am-2 pm on Temple University’s WRTI 90.1, as well for The Philadelphia Orchestra, also on WRTI.  She now worships at The Church of the Good Shepherd in Rosemont.