When I was in seminary I interned at a church, and after a few months they gave me my first opportunity to preach. Just to be sure they weren’t opening themselves up to something terrible coming out of their pulpit, they checked in on my sermon prep a few times a week for almost a […]
Welcome to Christ Church on this beautiful Thanksgiving morning. What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving Day? I’m thankful for the great privilege I had of baptizing the great grandchildren of Connie, a dear parishioner here at Christ Church earlier this morning. I also had the privilege of burying their great grandfather, Woody, several years […]
To read the essay from the Economist referenced in the sermon, click here. And to read the account of being “kicked into freedom”, click here.
The conclusion of our adult ed series on Charles Taylor’s seminal work, A Secular Age. This is part 6 of 6.
A continuation of our adult ed series on Charles Taylor’s seminal work, A Secular Age. This is part 5 of 6.
Now that the days are getting shorter, darker and colder, I start a sort of hibernation routine— reading, watching and eating—all inside. Because of Netflix and Hulu, I haven’t had to watch network television for years. I just sit down when I’m ready and watch a show. That all changed with This Is Us—a show […]
Today is All Saint’s Sunday. I love All Saint’s Sunday for a number of reasons. The weather is usually beautiful and the landscape picturesque at this time of year. We always have lots of baptisms, which are hopeful for all of us. We’ve even got one at the 7:45 service this year! The hymns we […]
This question Jesus is asked in today’s Gospel reading would have been a common and familiar one of the times. Rabbis and Pharisees would often discuss or debate which of the commandments were heavy and which were light. Which were the most important? Because they weren’t just dealing with the Ten Commandments either, they were […]
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