“Why did you doubt?”

Tenth Sunday after Pentecost – August 9, 2020 – Matthew 14:22-33 – STEM-Wide Morning Prayer via Zoom This sermon, which I preached this morning, is a slightly different version of the sermon I wrote as a contribution to this week's installment of Sermons that Work. Today we find Jesus’ disciples terrified on the Sea of Galilee. … Continue reading “Why did you doubt?”

Always be . . .

Nineteenth Sunday after Pentecost – October 20, 2019 – Luke 18:1-8 – Trinity, Winchester There is a series of internet memes that begin, “Always be yourself…” Maybe you’ve seen them. Perhaps the most popular is “Always be yourself. Unless you can be Batman. Then always be Batman.” It’s not without warrant. Batman is really, really … Continue reading Always be . . .

Show yourself to be alive

Fourth Sunday of Easter – May 12, 2019 – Acts 9:36-43 – Trinity, Winchester During the Easter season we hear quite a bit from the book of Acts. Acts chronicles the early days of the Church, the first communities of faithful disciples, and the early apostles, like Peter and Paul, who led them.  Speaking of, you … Continue reading Show yourself to be alive

Born From Above

Lent II—March 12, 2017—John 3:1-17 I preached this sermon at St. John’s Episcopal Church, Decatur, Alabama where I am doing my field education. I am blessed in having the opportunity to spend time with and learn from them every week. I am especially grateful for them recording my sermon which can be found by clicking … Continue reading Born From Above