Are you interested in poetry? Do you still find yourself joining with disciples of every generation in asking the Lord to "teach us to pray?" If so, I think that you will find this book by Marilyn McEntyre to be very helpful, and one that you will return to often.
Isaiah promised that a great light would shine into the darkness of his world. In this sermon, I reflect on the ways in which Jesus brings light to a world that still often walks in darkness.
What are you looking for? Really? If Jesus were to ask you that question, what might be your answer? Here is a sermon on that question, asked by Jesus in John 1:29-42
Jesus insisted on being baptized by John in order to "fulfill all righteousness," but what does this mean? Here is my sermon on Matthew 3:13-17.
Here is my review of Parker Palmer's classic, "Let Your Life Speak: Listening for the Voice of Vocation."
When life just seems like one obstacle after another, the New Testament book that we call "The Acts of the Apostles" can offer a powerful reminder that God is still at work in our life, and that there is no obstacle too great for God to overcome.