The message of the cross is the power of God and the wisdom of God? Here is my sermon on 1 Corinthians 1:18-31.
Jesus is the light of the world, and when we follow him we learn to reflect his light. Here is my sermon on Matthew 4:12-23 (and Isaiah 9:1-4).
The very first words of Jesus recorded in John's Gospel come in the form of a question: "What are you looking for?" Here is my sermon on John 1:29-42, reflecting on this all-important question.
Baptism, Martin Luther taught us, is on earth our greatest comfort. Here is my sermon on what that means, through a reflection on the Baptism of Our Lord in Matthew 3:13-17.
It is good news of great joy for all: A child is born for us, a Savior, who is Christ the Lord. Here is my sermon on Luke 2:1-20 for Christmas Eve.
Matthew's account of the birth of Jesus teaches us at least three things: The surprise of Christmas, the gift of Christmas, and the mission of Christmas. Here is my sermon on Matthew 1:18-25 for the Fourth Sunday of Advent.
Praying with John the Baptist: My sermon on Matthew 11:2-11 for the Third Sunday of Advent.
In those days John the Baptist appeared ... Matthew 3:1 The gospel reading for the Second Sunday of Advent (Matthew 3:1-12) offers one of my favorite Christmas-time traditions: Our annual visit from John the Baptist. Every year, on the Second Sunday in Advent, our gospel reading features this remarkable prophet, whose sole task in life…
About that day and hour no one knows: My Sermon on Matthew 24:36-44 for the First Sunday of Advent
King of Kings: My Sermon for Christ the King Sunday on Colossians 1:11-20 and Luke 23:33-43