Five words to begin a prayer for guidance — straight from the apostles. (But just ignore the fact that, in the end, they just choose by chance.)
When you are trying to discern how and when to lean into the newness shimmering on the horizon of your life, how do you feel? In today’s reading, Peter unleashed something new and forever changed the course of Christianity.
“What is to prevent me from being baptized?” the Ethiopian eunuch asks Philip. For we who are already baptized, that question transforms into “What is to prevent me from living out my baptism?” Turns out, quite a lot…but nothing that we can’t conquer with God’s help.
How do you show love? What does love look like in action in your life? This is the question the writer of the First Letter of John asks us today. (With a little help from S. Morgenstern.)
Jesus’ life and ministry reversed and gutted so many stigmas, so many flimsy reasons for separation. And so can ours. Here’s a sermon about what Jesus’ wounds teach us.
This Sunday, we baptized our twins, Charlie and Amelia. Here’s what I said right beforehand.
The beautiful thing about the Christian faith is that it is centered around a “who,” not around a “what.” On Easter Sunday, Jesus gives us the opportunity to affirm our faith when he asks Mary this question: “Whom are you looking for?”