It was the first day of a new week. The first day, Sunday morning, following the Sabbath. It was the … Continue reading Sunday’s Sermon: Remember with Amazement
As we gathered this morning, there has been a cloud of darkness that has covered us. The darkness is quite … Continue reading Easter Sunrise Sermon: Darkness into Light
For more than 2,000 years, people from across the world, Christians and non Christians, have attempted to understand what took … Continue reading Good Friday Sermon: And Can It Be
Palm Sunday always greets us with a sense of excitement. There is a breath of anticipation that comes in reading … Continue reading Sunday’s Sermon: What Kind of King is This?
Tonight, we had a reflection service to focus on the meaning of all that transpired during Holy Week. It was a great service that also including the baptism of my son. The manuscript for the homily follows after the jump. Continue reading “Holy Week Reflection Service Message: A Week for All”
In our passage this morning, John describes for us a celebratory dinner. It was a dinner held at the start … Continue reading Sunday’s Sermon: Devotion Like Mary
In the movie Grumpy Old Men, John Gustafson, played by Jack Lemmon, and Max Goldman, portrayed by Walter Matthau, are … Continue reading Sunday’s Sermon: Reconciliation in Christ