a sermon for the 1st Sunday in Lent
There are times in our lives when, despite our best intentions, despite our planning and our prayer, things just don’t work out they way they should. It’s as if the Spirit is saying, “Welcome to the baptized life! Now what?”
a sermon for Ash Wednesday
The ashes we wear today are not intended to remind us of how small we are. Instead, they are a reminder that we have been formed in the image of God from the clay of the earth, and as such, we have much more significance than all the acceptance, approval, affirmation of our society can possibly give us.
a sermon for the Last Sunday after the Epiphany (Transfiguration)
When Jesus climbed the mountain with Peter, James and John, he was transfigured. But it was the disciples who were transformed.
a sermon for the 5th Sunday after the Epiphany
When Jesus healed Simon’s mother-in-law, she was able to return to her truest self.
a sermon for the 4th Sunday after the Epiphany
Jesus came to turn the church upside down.