As we pray, so we believe — a hallmark of Anglican spirituality. And so this week, we encounter the “Prayer of Humble Access,” and see how it sheds light on us, on God, and on the mystery of Holy Communion.
The third of a six part sermon series about our lives as followers of Jesus Christ. To receive our authentic mission from God, we have to give everything we are to the One who calls us to serve.
The second of a six part sermon series about our lives as followers of Jesus Christ. We move from Affirmation to Invitation — God’s holy invitations that often originate in our own brokenness.
The first of a six part sermon series about our lives as followers of Jesus Christ. We begin at the beginning — with God’s affirmation of the fundamental goodness of creation and God’s love and pleasure in us God’s children.
Few undeniable truths remain in this world, but one is this: you have to know where you are to figure out where you’re going.
We’ve heard the Christmas Gospel readings so many times that they threaten to go in one ear and out the other. To combat this tendency, I’ve recently been trying to write the story in new ways. Here’s my newest creation: a series of seven sonnets for Christmas.
I had the opportunity to write a new Christmas pageant this year for my church, and the performance went really well. Please feel free to use this pageant if you’d like to.
Each of us is an arrow pointing to God. Each of us is the moon reflecting the light of the sun. We are not the center of the universe, but we do point to it.