The story of Jesus walking on water is a familiar one, but offers new insights into our Christian life whenever we turn to it. Here is my sermon on this powerful story.
The feeding of the five thousand reveals to us the miracle of community. Here is a guest sermon shared with our congregation on this iconic gospel story.
What is the kingdom of heaven like? Jesus offers a number of parables to try and describe it. Here is my sermon on five of these parables, in Matthew 13.
When we sow the seeds of the gospel in this world, an enemy sows weeds among the wheat. What shall we do about it? Here is my sermon on Matthew 13:13:24-30, 36-43.
God's word planted in good soil promises to bear the fruit that God desires for our world. Here is my sermon on Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23.
Jesus gave up his divinity to set us free from sin, and invites all who are weary to take his yoke upon them. Here is my sermon on Romans 7 and Matthew 11:28-30.
Jesus has freed us from sin so that we can live the life we were always meant to live, the "whole, healed, put-together life." Here is my sermon on Romans 6:12-23.
Jesus tells us not to be afraid, because the only thing to fear is the One who loves us completely. Here is my sermon on Matthew 10:24-39.
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.
The miracle of the ascension assures us that Jesus, seated at the right hand of God, will be us always. Here is my sermon on this paradoxical miracle.