The first of Jesus' signs, revealing his glory, took place at the wedding in Cana. What does this sign reveal to us? Here is my sermon on John 2:1-11.
Is baptism really necessary? It is an ancient teaching of the church, but what does it really mean to say that baptism is necessary for salvation?
What does Jesus' baptism mean for him and for us? He is beloved. And so are we. Here is my sermon on Luke 3:15-17, 21-22 for the Baptism of Our Lord.
The books of the Apocrypha are not considered Scripture by most Protestants, but Martin Luther still considered them to be "useful" and "good to read." In this post, I explore why that is the case.
What can the Magi teach us as we begin a new year? Here is my sermon for the Epiphany of Our Lord, on Matthew 2:1-12
What will this new year bring? And how will we navigate our way through it? Here is a brief devotion on this theme.
Here is a weekly Bible reading plan that I developed for my devotional reading.
Jesus is the light that shines on us all. Our wonderful counselor who is a mighty God; our everlasting Father who is the prince of peace. Here is my Christmas Eve sermon on Isaiah 9:2-7.
Simeon's Nunc Dimittis is a powerful song of trust and praise, and one of the original songs of Christmas. Here is a reflection on this canticle that I will be sharing at our Advent Vespers Service.
I have been blessed with the opportunity to contribute some devotions to a wonderful new devotional app, "Good Ground." Here is my devotion that was shared December 19th.