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.
Do you like to make new year's resolutions? Whether you do or don't, I'd like to suggest that before we make our resolutions, we should remember our blessings. In this post, I ponder five such blessings, lifted up by Paul in Ephesians 1:3-14.