Here are the prayers for Tuesday morning, from my booklet of weekly prayers, "Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises."
Evening’s Poem, Prayer, Psalm, and Promise
Here are the prayers for evening prayer, from my booklet of weekly prayers, "Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises."
A Hope Greater than Any Distress
The story of the raising of Lazarus offers us a hope greater than any distress. Here is my sermon on John 11:1-45.
The Lord Is My Shepherd
Psalm 23 has brought comfort to people of faith throughout the generations - people who have faced enormous challenges. And this psalm can bring comfort to us, too, as we face this challenging epidemic.
Is the Bible Divinely Inspired?
I was asked a question from a friend some time ago on Facebook that generated an interesting exchange between us, and since some of us have a little extra time on our hands these days, I thought I would share our conversation here.
Reflecting on a Strange Sunday, Part II – Empty Churches but Not Empty Prayers
Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, this past Sunday was another strange one for many of us. Here is a brief reflection on this unusual Sabbath day.
The One Thing that Truly Matters
Here is my sermon preached on John 9:1-41 to an empty church (because of the coronavirus pandemic), on the one thing that truly matters.
Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises
Here is a sample of a weekly prayer booklet for personal and family devotions that I put together for our congregation during this time of the coronavirus.
Evening Prayer at Home – March 18
For all of you who wish we could gather for our Lenten Vespers Service tonight, here is an “order of worship” that I offer, for personal or family devotions, that you can use this evening, March 18, or any time that is convenient for you.
Reflecting on a Strange Sunday
Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, this past Sunday was strange for many of us. Here is my reflection on this unusual Sabbath day, and on the promise that awaits us all.