Our lives of faith are pretty variable because our lives are full of change. But the good news is that the faith of Jesus Christ holds our faith in trust when we can’t seem to access it.
Modern American society is a hostile environment for wisdom, which is bad for our walks with God, because the roads to wisdom and the road to God share quite a bit of pavement.
As is so often the case, there are three things dancing beneath the surface of Jesus’ words: a promise, an invitation, and a mission.
Choosing between right and wrong is usually pretty easy. But choosing between right and right is hard.
Last month, a group of parishioners said healing prayers for me. It was a profound experience. This month, I wrote a sermon about it.
A story sermon about fear and trust, told from the perspective of Jairus, the leader of the synagogue in today’s Gospel lesson.
On the twelfth anniversary of my first sermon, I look back at the ways my understanding of faith has changed in the last twelve years.