A sermon that takes a deep dive into the love that envelops us as we identify Trinity as Lover, Beloved, Breath of Love.
A sermon that hears Jesus proclaiming “I came not to be served but to serve” as a life giving epitaph with the a story bringing someone a cup of coffee.
A sermon featuring the Pearl of Great Price: a story about the surprising Good News that unfolds when you commit to sell all that you have and discover your real role was always that of God’s steward.
A sermon that connects the witness of personal story (that of the preacher’s call to priesthood) to how God uses the least likely people to do God’s work.
A sermon that links the deep meaning of shalom to embracing by word and action this statement: “We belong to one another. Together, with God’s help, we can make one another stronger.”
A sermon that confronts presumptuous sins, untamed tongues, and the arrogance of opinion with a call to humility and the deep spirituality of the Prayer attributed to St. Francis.
A sermon that connects us to Jesus and his very human struggle to hear and respond to the voices of outsiders as we learn to live a prayer of self-dedication.
A sermon that confronts the reality of “I believe, help my unbelief” with a continual commitment to the vows we make at Holy Baptism as we set our hearts on Jesus.
A sermon that reminds us of what it means to share the bread of life that is the love of Jesus Christ.
A sermon grounded in how well the Apostle Paul in Ephesians speaks to our fractured COVID ravaged culture.
How Well Can You See Your Story: A practice for being on the dance floor while observing action from the balcony.
We don’t learn from experience; we learn from reflection on experience. Exploring listening through essays and videos.
Resources to support a group of people as they gather with a willing expectation intimately to share the love of God.