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.
Last month, a group of parishioners said healing prayers for me. It was a profound experience. This month, I wrote a sermon about it.
The perfect love of the Holy Trinity is the blueprint for all creation. We, however imperfectly, reflect that blueprint. Read more in this sermon.
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.
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.