The Season of Advent begins with this Jesus telling us that there will be signs indicating his return, but what are these signs, and how do we interpret them? Here is my sermon on Luke 21:25-36.
His kingdom is not from this world, but it is coming to this world. And even now, we can live in this world with him as our king. Here is my sermon for Christ the King Sunday, on John 18:33-37.
This passage from Hebrews offers timeless wisdom and needed encouragement. Here is my sermon on Hebrews 10:11-25.
Before Jesus raises his friend Lazarus from the dead, he weeps. Here is my reflection on that powerful moment in scripture, and my sermon on John 11:32-44.
When we continue in Jesus' word, we know the truth, and this truth sets us free. But what is this truth, and how does it set us free? Here is my sermon on John 8:31-36.
How can we acquire an appetite for the world of grace? We can learn from Bartimaeus. Here is my sermon on Mark 10:46-52.
How does one become great? Simple: By serving others. Here is my sermon on Mark 10:35-45.
What must we do to inherit eternal life? That is the question at the heart of this gospel reading. Here is my sermon on Mark 10:17-31.
It is not good to be alone, but it is not always easy to be together! Here is my sermon on Christian community, using readings from Genesis and the Gospel of Mark.
What would you be willing to do to enter the kingdom of God? Nothing is required, of course, because it is God's gift to us. But this gift still asks something of us, doesn't it? Here is my sermon on Mark 9:38-50.