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."
Henri Nouwen reminds of the importance of solitude in our lives of faith by asking a question based on the life of Jesus: "Where is your night?"
How can we tell people they are walking around shining like the sun? Here is a sonnet I wrote inspired by Psalm 8, Thomas Merton, and by a recent experience at our local soup kitchen.
The parables taught by Jesus teach us both about God and ourselves. What can we learn from his parable of the wicked tenants? Here is my sermon on Matthew 21:33-46.
How can Christians spiritually thrive in this media age in which we find ourselves? Tony Reinke explores this important question in his new book, "Competing Spectacles." Here is my review.