No Branch Lost

The legend of Lazarus teaches a unique lesson about resurrection in the Gospel of John.

2023-03-26T10:30:04-05:00March 26, 2023|0 Comments


Here’s the sermon that went with my new hymn about rest.

2023-03-19T12:42:34-05:00March 19, 2023|0 Comments

Worry Boundaries

Worry can be our friend—but all healthy friendships need healthy boundaries.

2023-03-12T10:27:43-05:00March 12, 2023|0 Comments


Fasting from multitasking can give us a chance to remember how useful and joyful focused attention can be.

2023-03-05T10:00:24-06:00March 5, 2023|0 Comments


Fasting lives in the shadowy borderland between enlightenment and insanity. Here’s a look at both sides.

2023-02-26T12:20:07-06:00February 26, 2023|0 Comments


In the Gospel stories of the Transfiguration, Jesus shines like the sun. Maybe you can too!

2023-02-19T09:41:10-06:00February 19, 2023|0 Comments

Beyond Cases

Jesus’ use of the “case parody” reminds us that we have to do more than just follow the rules.

2023-02-12T11:53:38-06:00February 12, 2023|0 Comments

This Is the Way

Maybe we should learn from the Mandalorians, and remind ourselves frequently: this is the way.

2023-02-05T12:12:28-06:00February 5, 2023|0 Comments

Why Fishermen?

Why did Jesus start his ministry in a fishing village? John Dominic Crossan has a theory about that.

2023-01-22T11:49:52-06:00January 22, 2023|0 Comments

Presence and Guidance

The nativity legends of the Bible are full of the presence and guidance of God. (This sermon featured some clips from old movies; the video only has transcriptions.)

2023-01-08T12:45:37-06:00January 8, 2023|0 Comments
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