When the grace of this world lets us down, we can turn to the grace of our loving God. Here is my sermon for Reformation Sunday.
As I celebrate the one-year anniversary of this blog, I offer a thank you and a reminder of why I began this blog.
Here I ponder the important habit of worship, a vital way to "remember the sabbath day and keep it holy." This pandemic is making it more difficult than ever to hold onto this faith-nurturing and life-giving habit.
Here is a sonnet that I wrote for Psalm 91, as part of my ongoing series of "Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises."
The opening of Paul's earliest New Testament letter shares five words that remain central to our Christian faith: Grace, Peace, Faith, Love, and Hope. Here is my sermon on 1 Thessalonians 1:1-10.
Another in my series of Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises featuring a beloved sonnet by John Milton alongside Psalm 116.
Poetry and prayer are both ways to engage in a conversation that brings us below the surface political sides of our day, and is needed now more than ever.
Here is a sonnet that I wrote for Psalm 90, as part of my ongoing series of "Poems, Prayers, Psalms, and Promises."
From his prison cell, Paul reminds us that we can rejoice always because we can always rejoice in the Lord. Here is my sermon on Philippians 4:4-7.
Here is a wonderful poem by Luci Shaw from her latest collection of poetry, "The Generosity."