2nd Sunday after Pentecost

I think it’s safe to say that if Jesus were our blood relative, family get togethers would be awkward. I can imagine a scene at the dinner table where Jesus starts in on all of the people he exorcised that day and Mary saying, “Okay Jesus, that’s enough demon talk for one day. “Let’s hear... Continue Reading →

Easter 6

Parents of all different backgrounds and experiences are confronted by the same difficult word by their young ones: why? There comes a time in a child’s development that the “what” and “how” are no longer good enough explanations. Overtime, Children want to know the meaning behind what is being asked of them. Perhaps they know... Continue Reading →

Easter 2

With Jesus, he could do anything. On Maundy Thursday Thomas had never felt closer to the person he knew would change the world. The twelve were gathered in the upper room for the last supper. It was on that night that Jesus washed his feet.  The Messiah had washed Thomas’ feet with his own hands. ... Continue Reading →

Epiphany 2

Today we hear the story of two people trying to listen to what God has to say. I pray some of you are familiar with text. The young Samuel has been entrusted into the care of the esteemed High Priest, Eli. Hannah, Samuel’s mother, so taken by her being given the gift of motherhood in... Continue Reading →

Burial of a Pet

Burial of a Pet   Scripture:   Your love, O LORD, reaches to the heavens, and your faithfulness to the clouds.  Your righteousness is like the strong mountains: your justice like the great deep;  you save both man and beast, O LORD.  (PS. 36.6)   For the creation waits with eager longing for the revealing of the children of God; for the creation was... Continue Reading →

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