Sermons (Page 2)
“Every Tear Bring Us Closer to the Messiah”
Icons of Christ: The Both-And of the Shepherd’s Vocation
“Integrity and the Mirror of Christ”
“God With Us Always – For the Long Haul”
“Christian Discipleship’s Influence on Colonial Ancestors”
From Tombs of Disillusionment to Resurrection Joy
This beautiful version of Jesus’ resurrection is so familiar and beloved to us, that we might just miss the depth of its meaning for us.
The Drama of the Cross: What the Torn Curtain Reveals
“And the curtain of the temple was torn in two, from top to bottom.”
Lift High the Cross
Why do children – and many adults – lift up our superheroes like Superman, Batman, and the Avengers, as icons of all that’s good?
Driven into the Wilderness
It was almost exactly a year ago, on the first Sunday of Lent, that I unwittingly preached a sermon about entering into a “40-day wilderness journey.” Little did I know, we were about to embark on a desert experience on a scale like we’ve never seen in our lifetime.
Sermon • February 7, 2021
Today’s Gospel passage runs like a Superbowl highlight reel: It’s fast-paced, and it covers a lot of ground. The first chapter of Marks sets the speed for our story.