a sermon for the 3rd Sunday after the Epiphany
Ezra read the law to all the people of Israel so that they would remember what it meant to be the people of God. Many individuals, one people. Paul reminded the church in Corinth that we are all members of the body of Christ. Many members, one body.
a sermon for the 2nd Sunday after the Epiphany
Jesus did not simply change water into wine. He transformed water used for ritual baths into hundreds of bottles of the finest wine, and in so doing, he transformed the basic element of our baptisms into the basic element of our communion with God and one another.
a sermon for the 1st Sunday after the Epiphany
When Jesus was baptized, God claimed him as his beloved son.
But Jesus also made a claim…a claim on the crowd gathered there.
a sermon for the 2nd Sunday After Christmas
When Jesus was twelve years old, he joined the Family business.