What does Christmas mean for those worshiping at church, but in ways limited by this pandemic? The same as it has always meant, and more. Here is my sermon for those able to worship in person with us this Christmas Eve.
What does Christmas mean for those worshiping at home this year? The same as it has always meant, and more. Here is my sermon for our online Christmas Eve Service.
When life doesn't go as planned, we can learn from Mary how to respond faithfully. Here is my sermon on the Annunciation, Luke 1:26-38.
The miracle of the ascension assures us that Jesus, seated at the right hand of God, will be us always. Here is my sermon on this paradoxical miracle.
My sermon on the story of the disciples on the road to Emmaus, preached on the Third Sunday of Easter.
The disciples on the road to Emmaus later reported how Jesus "had been made known to them in the breaking of the bread." How is Jesus made known to us when we can't break bread together?
Here is the manuscript of the sermon that I preached for the closing worship service of the NC Lutheran Men in Mission Statewide Gathering, on the Parable of the Sower.
A child wrapped in bands of cloth and lying in a manger is a surprising sign that the Messiah had come, but a sign that teaches us what kind of Messiah he would be. Here is my sermon on Christmas Eve.
Here are some thoughts on the spiritual practice of giving thanks in all circumstances, and why it is so important for us all.
Not one stone will be left of the temple! So where do we go when life comes crumbling down? Here is my sermon on this subject, using Luke 21:1-19 as my text.