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Look and be Healed

Sermon for the Tuesday in the 5th Week of Lent Given at the Chapel of the Apostles, Sewanee April 5, 2022 Numbers 21:4-9, John 8:21-30 In today’s lesson from the book of Numbers, we encounter the Israelites on their journey... Continue Reading →

The Making of a Saint

The Feast of Blessed James Stewart-Smith Priest August 11, 2021 In the name of the Father, and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. If you love me, feed my sheep. Jesus commands Peter in the reading we... Continue Reading →

The Reality of The Eucharist

The Body and Blood of Our Lord Jesus Christ 1 Cor 10:1-4, 16-17 John 6:47-58 At the church where I grew up, there was an old Hispanic woman, I can't remember her name now, but I remember thinking at the... Continue Reading →

Fellowship Divine

Sermon for All Saints Sunday November 7th, 2021 Given at St. John’s Church, Decatur Alabama And the one who was seated on the throne said, “See, I am making all things new.” +In the name of the Father, and of... Continue Reading →

It’s Okay to be Human

Proper 14(B) August 8, 2021 1 Kings 19:4-8, Ephesians 4:25-5:2, John 6:35, 41-51 "It is enough; now, O Lord, take away my life, for I am no better than my ancestors." the prophet Elijah prays in this morning's reading from... Continue Reading →

Holding on to Hope

Sermon for Proper 28(B) St. Mary’s Church, Kansas City 14 November 2021           In a recent survey, 9 in 10 evangelical pastors say they see at least some current events matching those Jesus said would occur shortly before he returns... Continue Reading →

There is Good News

Romans 8:12-25, Preached for Introduction to Preaching at The School of Theology of the University of the South in the Spring of 2021. Adapted from a sermon preached at St. Mary's Church, Kansas City in July 2020. Alleluia Christ is... Continue Reading →

God’s Faithfulness

Genesis 15:1-12, 17-18 Preached for Introduction to Preaching at the School of Theology of University of the South Spring 2021 In today's reading from Genesis 15, we enter into Abraham's story, albeit before he was Abraham. We all know the... Continue Reading →

Sermon: The Last Sunday After Epiphany

I love the liturgy! For those of you who know me that’s not a very surprising statement. I’m a liturgical nerd par excellence. I love everything about how the church worships. Why we do what we do, how it’s supposed to be done etc.… However, as much as I would love to stand up here and talk to you about liturgical minutiae this morning (something I am always happy to do)...

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