a sermon for the 4th Sunday after the Epiphany
Through Christ, God stands against all the evil forces that seek to destroy us. God stands against the demons that rob us of our identity and our humanity to separate us from God and each other. And just as importantly, God stands against our own efforts to demonize each other.
a sermon for the Christ the King Sunday
Imagine the most important final exam any of us will ever take. There’s only one question and its completely open book. And Jesus even gives us the question before hand: how did we treat him? The only catch is that nobody knows what he looks like.
a sermon for the Sunday after All Saints (year A)
Jesus said, “Blessed are the poor in spirit.” But who was he referring to and what is their blessing?
a sermon for the 20th Sunday after Pentecost
Jesus said, “Give to Caesar what belongs to Caesar, and to God what belongs to God.” But who do we belong to?
a sermon for the 19th Sunday after Pentecost
Jesus said, “The kingdom of heaven may be compared to a king who gave a wedding banquet for his son.” But who was this king? And who was the strange guest who showed up?
a sermon for the 17th Sunday after Pentecost
It seems as if everyone is questioning authority these days, just as they did in Jesus’ day. But what does true authority look like?
a sermon for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost
Grace is what we find at the intersection of God’s justice and God’s mercy.
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