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?
This week, I got to go to Bishop’s Ranch for clergy conference. I got to room with an long-time friend.We got to talking about this week’s readings and, when I mentioned that I was scheduled to preach, she said, “Don’t you remember the sermon you preached on these readings six years ago?” (To be fair,…
Jesus gave us a way to negotiate community living. It is both simple and very, very difficult.
Some of us retreated to Bishop’s Ranch in Healdsburg last weekend. It was a wonderful time. For me, it was wonderful because I got to know some people a little better. Plus we were well taken care of—good food, comfortable places to sleep, and lots of leisure time. The lack of some things, like cell…
What parable do you want to tell with your life?
Would you rather be shackled by sin or yoked to God?