Learning to Bear the Beams of Love: My Sermon on Luke 16:19-31
When Jesus commands to do something, it is always for our own good. So why is it good for us to serve God rather than wealth? Here is my sermon on Luke 16:1-13.
I am calling this sermon, "Found Once More," because that is the only difference between the ninety-nine sheep who are not lost and the one who is. Here is my sermon on Luke 15:1-10.
In Luke 14, Jesus turns to the crowds who were traveling with him and challenges them to take the next step - to follow him. Here is my sermon on Luke 14:25-33.
The story of the woman who is healed after being crippled for eighteen years is a story that can teach us all about the various ways in which we need healing. Here is my sermon on Luke 13:10-17.
Jesus came to bring fire to the earth, but what kind of fire? Here is my sermon on Luke 12:49-56.
Ecclesiastes only appears in our lectionary once every three years, and this is the day. Here is my sermon on Ecclesiastes (and Colossians).
Contrary to what some may believe, God wants to get involved in our world, and is often just waiting to be asked. Here is my sermon on what Jesus teaches us about prayer in Luke 11:1-13.
For all of us who find ourselves "worried and distracted by many things," what can we learn from the story of Mary and Martha? Here is my sermon on Luke 10:38-42.
The Parable of the Good Samaritan is a wonderful, sneaky story, with rich layers of meaning. Here is my sermon on the parable told in Luke 10:25-37.