Amos. Jeremiah. Elisha. It is easy to view the prophets of the Hebrew Bible as marginal characters in strange circumstances distant from our contemporary times. But there are tremendous lessons to be garnered from watching the way prophets responded to their everyday situations. The prophets were known for the ways they critiqued the systems and figures of power and privilege in their time and space. The ongoing life of the church demands prophetic address that both attends to personal needs and empowers communal action in the service of justice and righteousness in the world. The work of the prophet is not based on status or talent but on presence and availability to the call of God. This three-week series will investigate how that call is carried out in everyday ways that make a profound difference.