Looking back at Jesus' actions in light of his death and resurrection can give us new insights into his love for us, and his command to love one another. Here is my sermon on John 13:31-35 for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.
Jesus says of us that we hear his voice. So why can it be so challenging to do that? Here is my sermon on John 10:22-30.
After his resurrection, Jesus appears to his disciples in many and various ways, and each of these ways can help us learn how to see Jesus today. Here is my sermon on John 21:1-19.
Christ is risen! It is not an "idle tale," but the event that has changed our world forever. Here is my Easter sermon, reflecting this year on Luke 24:1-12.
For my Good Friday sermon this year, I am reflecting on the life and witness of Simon Peter.
We who follow Jesus are to be bread for the world - bread that is taken, blessed, broken, and given. Here is my sermon for Maundy Thursday, reflecting on this theme.
My sermon on the Passion of Our Lord according to Luke, and especially on the prayer of the penitent thief, "Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom."
The apostle Paul urges us to press on toward the goal, regarding all else as loss. Here is my sermon on his powerful words in his Letter to the Philippians.
What does the Parable of the Prodigal Son teach us about heaven and hell? Here is my reflection on that question, as I look at the elder son in this famous parable.
Here is my sermon for the Third Sunday in Lent, on Luke 13:1-9.