The book of Exodus is expired in depth in Year A of the RCL, and, as we journey through 2020 experiencing bushfires, storms, hail and a pandemic the theme of Exodus, and the story of God’s people might have a lot to say to us.
If you’re wanting to dive deep into the story of Exodus here are some resources.
The Story of Moses
Source: Saddleback Kids
Pete Ruins Exodus
The Bible For Normal People podcast ran a series on Exodus, if you’d like to dive into the story and theme of Exodus then this is a series for you.
- Pete Ruins Exodus 1
- Pete Ruins Exodus 2
- Pete Ruins Exodus 3
- Pete Ruins Exodus 4
- Pete Ruins Exodus 5
- Pete Ruins Exodus 6
The Bible Project – The Book of Exodus
The Bible Project have put together a couple great introductions and breakdowns of the Book of Exodus. You can check them out there.
Introduction to Exodus with Dwight Radcliff
“Within the pages of Exodus, we find this historical record of the God who self-reveals. . . a God that repeatedly introduces Godself and intervenes in the matters of human history.” – Dwight Radcliff Jr.
The Working Preacher Podcast
The Working Preacher is a great resource for preachers and teachers, but it’s also an awesome podcast for everyone to delve into the scripture readings set for each week. This is a list of the podcast episodes from 2020 that explore the Exodus readings and invite us to begin to understand them.
- 739 – Twelfth Sunday after Pentecost
- 740 – Thirteenth Sunday after Pentecost
- 741 – Fourteenth Sunday after Pentecost
- 742 – Fifteenth Sunday after Pentecost
- 743 – Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost
By The Well Podcast
The By The Well Podcast is an Australian podcast focussed on exploring the readings from the Revised Common Lectionary. Here are a few of the episodes where hey explored the story of Exodus in 2020