It is a wonderful discovery when we, like the woman who anointed Jesus, find the good that is uniquely our to do and do it.
Jesus entered Jerusalem riding a humble donkey rather than a proud war horse. The people then got his message. Do we?
There is no guarantee that COVID-19 will not Infect us physically. Let us commit that it will not undermine us spiritually.
Even Jesus was helped by paying attention to a Greek widow who challenged him to expand his vision.
Every person, every community, every tradition and every nation needs to pay attention to responsible voices do more than tell us how wonderful we are.
When we are sick and tired and tired of being sick and tired the prophet Isaiah teaches us to: 1. Trust in the cosmic power of God. 2. Wait for the Lord. 3. Move beyond our limits.
Like the power of the cross, a symbol of unspeakable pain, to save us, there are many things in life that make no sense.
Generated from a lively adult bible class discussion, where is the hope when in the Old Testament and the New we see the words “the poor you will always have with you?”
In light of the vote yesterday by the United States Senate not to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump I am changing my sermon for tomorrow.
One of the most basic ways of describing the work of Jesus is to say that he formed a community.