The Holy Spirit given at Pentecost is now always given so dramatically. Here is my sermon shared on the Day of Pentecost on the quieter Pentecost moments that most of us experience.
Here is a poem that I wrote, inspired by Emily Dickinson's "Hope" is the thing with feathers.
Come, Holy Spirit, we pray, but what does that mean? Here is a poem, prayer, psalm and promise to share as we prepare to celebrate the Day of Pentecost.
Why poetry? Here are some of the ways that reading poetry has deepened my reading of Scripture.
When Jesus ascended into heaven, "earth became a part of heaven's story." Here is a poem, prayer, psalm, and promise celebrating this great festival, the Ascension of Our Lord.
Always be ready to defend our hope, scripture reminds us. Here is my sermon on the hope within us, shared on the Sixth Sunday of Easter.
Psalm 90 teaches us to count our days that "we may gain a wise heart." Here is my reflection on this psalm.
Hope is the thing with feathers, Emily Dickinson writes. And a sure and steadfast anchor of the soul, scripture reminds us. Here is my poem, prayer, psalm, and promise for the Sixth Sunday of Easter.
Jesus offers hope for troubled hearts, now and always. Here is my sermon on John 14:1-14, preached on the Fifth Sunday of Easter.
In the midst of this pandemic, we are being challenged to sing a new song.