Underneath Jesus’ words about marriage, divorce, fidelity, and desire shimmers his dream for all creation: that nothing and no one ever need be alone.
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.
Jesus tells innocuous little stories that, if you really let them get inside you and do their work, you realize that the kingdom has sprouted within you while you were sleeping. They’re called parables.
Last Sunday, we had an “Instructed Eucharist” at my church, St. Mark’s. You can read the full text of the pamphlet, on which I based what I said.
The perfect love of the Holy Trinity is the blueprint for all creation. We, however imperfectly, reflect that blueprint. Read more in this sermon.
A personal story about what the Holy Spirit taught me the first time I participated in the sacrament of healing. And an invitation to look back at your life and find the Holy Spirit showing up.