The Truth that Can Save Our World: My Sermon on John 8:31-36 for Reformation Sunday
Pray always (so you don't lose heart): My sermon on Luke 18:1-8.
The story of the healing of Naaman has much to teach us about God and ourselves. Here is my sermon on 2 Kings 5.
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.
The apostle Paul teaches us that it is for freedom that Christ has set us free, but what type of freedom? Here is my sermon on Galatians 5:1, 13-25.
What is spiritual reading, and what are some good books to be read in this way? Here is my reflection on that, and some suggested books.
Is baptism really necessary? It is an ancient teaching of the church, but what does it really mean to say that baptism is necessary for salvation?
What does Jesus' baptism mean for him and for us? He is beloved. And so are we. Here is my sermon on Luke 3:15-17, 21-22 for the Baptism of Our Lord.
The books of the Apocrypha are not considered Scripture by most Protestants, but Martin Luther still considered them to be "useful" and "good to read." In this post, I explore why that is the case.
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.