Dietrich Bonhoeffer's profoundly-moving letters from prison offer us a message of hope as we live through this pandemic. Here is the second of a four-part series on his "Letters and Papers from Prison."
What can an unnamed Canaanite woman teach us about faith in Jesus? A great deal, it turns out. Here is my sermon on the woman who begged Jesus for crumbs from the master's table.
Pondering similarities between life's anxieties and the ocean's rip currents, and how our faith can offer us peace in these anxious times.
As we live through this unprecedented pandemic, what can we learn from Jonah's time in the belly of the fish?
What does a pandemic and an unexpected prison stay have in common? Quite a bit, it turns out, and Dietrich Bonhoeffer's "Letters and Papers from Prison" has a lot to teach us as we live through this pandemic.
In this rapidly-changing world, where we do turn to find guidance? We look to the star that endures, to the eternal that continues to be the foundation of our future.
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.
There are lots of reasons why I miss in-person worship. Here is one more.
When our souls are cast down, Psalm 42 invites us to remember, and not to lose hope.
In the midst of this pandemic, we are being challenged to sing a new song.