The story about baby Moses is a story of desperation, but also of courage and love. The love of a mother for her child is a fierce and wonderful thing. A mother will do whatever she can to protect her baby. The story of Moses takes place many generations after Joseph and his family had… Read More Infant Moses: Desperation, Courage, and Love
St. Patrick is the theme for our Messy Church gathering this month on Wednesday October 8 at 4:30pm. Patrick was born into a wealthy and influential family in the 5th century. His father was from a Roman family of high rank and his mother was from a devout family. Patrick was born in Scotland and… Read More About St. Patrick – Messy Church theme
In preparing for my sermon for Trinity Sunday, I was reflecting on the prescribed text for this Holy Day and how it wonderfully ties in the Trinity to Matthew’s commissioning of the disciples. In Matthew 28:16-20, Jesus is empowering the remaining disciples and by extension us. He says to the eleven disciples, “all authority on… Read More Authority, Courage, and the Trinity
Most of us have heard the story of David and Goliath. There were two mighty armies lined up against each other, the army of the Philistines, a formidable force focused on conquering the peoples around them, and the Israelites who were also a pretty competent military force, having entered the land and systematically pushed out… Read More David and Goliath
This is going to be a different sermon today. Today I am inviting you to join me on the journey I have followed this week while seeking what God would have me say about this passage, Luke 13:31-35. I believe that we are called to seek new understanding, to open ourselves to new revelation, to… Read More Jesus As A Hen?