Well? Is it?
This is the first sermon of a series on the Genesis matriarchs and patriarchs. Today: the birth of Isaac.
Well? Is it?
Oh, hello, blog land! It’s only been, like…TWO AND A HALF MONTHS. You know what’s hard? Ministry. Ministry is hard. And blogging about the things you’re learning about and through ministry is hard, because those learning things are connected to actual real people, and actual real people, understandably, can find it somewhat weird when their pastor blogs […]
Congregational singing is remarkable, a gospel response to the world’s brokenness.
Which issue will you choose as the demon that drove the Orlando massacre? Homophobia? Muslim extremism? Mental illness? Racism? Choose your demon. They are legion.
A note before reading: This sermon addresses violence against women. It wasn’t easy to write or to preach, and I couldn’t have done it without the support of an amazing community of religious leaders, many of whom are young female clergy. This sermon owes a lot to one in particular, the Rev. Jennie Chrien. Read […]
Those of you who read the “Mini”-tarian this week may remember that I called today, Holy Trinity Sunday, my least favorite Sunday on which to preach. Not because I don’t like the doctrine of the Trinity—I love the doctrine of the Trinity. It’s just that it’s really super hard to preach on the Trinity without […]
A year of letters to the Holy Spirit, wherein it becomes clear that I have no idea what I’m doing, and God can work with that.