Abraham and Sarah lived by faith, and their story has much to teach us about how to do the same. Here is my sermon on Hebrews 11.
Ecclesiastes only appears in our lectionary once every three years, and this is the day. Here is my sermon on Ecclesiastes (and Colossians).
A new poem by Bonnie Thurston has me pondering what the future holds for this "rusty old ship" called the church.
Contrary to what some may believe, God wants to get involved in our world, and is often just waiting to be asked. Here is my sermon on what Jesus teaches us about prayer in Luke 11:1-13.
For all of us who find ourselves "worried and distracted by many things," what can we learn from the story of Mary and Martha? Here is my sermon on Luke 10:38-42.
Giving thanks for my blog as it passes 100,000 all-time views.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan is a wonderful, sneaky story, with rich layers of meaning. Here is my sermon on the parable told in Luke 10:25-37.
A reflection on how my mother-in-law shaped my faith.
No More Empty Places There will be no more empty places at your table when we fall in love again.So rekindle the flame that once burned so bright.Help us to remember what drew us first to you.When we wander too farto hear your voice, and no longer care, let our lonely despairopen our souls again,that…
Here are ten things to remember when you are sent by Jesus on a mission, which I share in my sermon on Luke 10:1-11, 16-20.