From now until the end of February we will be exploring Paul's letter to the Ephesians. So far in my time here, we've sped through Matthew's gospel, Ecclesiastes, and Exodus.…

Home Alone: Jerusalem

December 30, 2018
Often, introductions get skipped over, but hear that opening sentence again: “The child grew and became strong, filled with wisdom…”  This is not just a montage of Jesus’s childhood. It…
Luke's story of the birth of Jesus is a cross-section of ancient Judean society. Augustus Caesar, the man who finally flipped Rome from republic into empire... Augustus is busy trying…
In this fast-paced modern world, I thank the Good Lord... for emojis... and for their older cousin, the emoticon. It's not professional to say so, but I'm grateful for those…

Lessons and Carols

December 23, 2018

The first part of today's scripture is one of the most ironic bits of Bible you'll read. Let me present the story as I think we're meant to see it.…

Christos Kyrios

November 25, 2018
George Frideric Handel's “Hallelujah Chorus” features the refrain now famously associated with Christmas: “For the Lord God omnipotent reigneth. Hallelujah! [and then skipping ahead a bit] King of kings, and…

God in the Silent Wilderness

November 18, 2018
The kingdom of David and Solomon has been split in half for about sixty years into two rivals: the southern kingdom of Judah and the northern kingdom of Israel, ruled…

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