Where joy and courage come together we will be able to share the Good News of Easter.
In the Episcopal Church, there hasn’t traditionally been a huge focus on memorizing versus of scripture. And yet, there are a few verses of scripture that are so well known that we recognize when someone says the chapter and verse. I checked some sources, and John 3:16 came in fourth on the list the most…
In the midst of chaos, we need to hear our unique calling to bring the kingdom of God alive in the world.
Take a long slow, deep breath in…Hold it for a moment, and then slowly exhale. Take another long slow, deep breath in…Hold it, and then exhale. Empty your lungs completely with your out-breath. Take a third deep breath in. Take your time. Hold it for a moment, and then let it go. Relax. Close your…
Jesus knew for sure that God’s coming into the world would break up the power of evil. What do you know for sure?
HAPPY EPIPHANY!!! Sometimes, it seems funny to me that we don’t go around saying that to each other—“Happy Epiphany!” The church isn’t arrayed with special decorations or colors—we have the green of ordinary time at the altar. And yet, this time, this season of Epiphany is anything but ordinary. In some ways, it is a…
In this season of Advent, we strengthen our faith by focusing on four pillars: faithfulness, joy, peace, and hope.
As we begin a new year in the church, let us make a new years resolution of welcome.
Join the Jesus Movement…It’s alive and well in the Episcopal Church.
So now we have “The Great Commandment” but what are we going to do with it?