“it’s great to see religious communities represented in the parade but it would be nice to have them show up… Read more Fellow Christians, It Is Not Enough To March In Our Parade
This town, it is my memory. Like it was then, when we’d take turns as passengers, closing our eyes while… Read more This Town.
This year, is an AIDS year.
St Augustine said that “Hope has two beautiful daughters; their names are Anger and Courage. Anger at the way things… Read more This year, is an AIDS year.
This Isn’t What They Meant When They Said To Put Your Body On The Line.
The truth is, I’ve been sick for a long time. I won’t list the symptoms, but I will tell you… Read more This Isn’t What They Meant When They Said To Put Your Body On The Line.
Sermon. The Wisdom Within Us
In response to Proverbs 8: 1-4, 22-31. Written for Open Door UMC on my last day. I remember the weeks… Read more Sermon. The Wisdom Within Us
Sermon. Politics and Pulpits
Easter is my favorite holiday. I love it because it reminds me to honor and celebrate the simple and profound… Read more Sermon. Politics and Pulpits
Sermon. “We Are Powerful Beyond Measure”
I kept pondering this week’s theme, being thunderstruck. What exactly does it mean? Is it a good thing? A bad… Read more Sermon. “We Are Powerful Beyond Measure”
So, I’ve been writing a lot of sermons lately…. Yeah. It’s really weird. Right now I’ve got two jobs. I… Read more Ungracious Saints
Sermon. A Journey Towards and Away
In Response To: Matthew 2:1-12 A few years ago was a time of great transition in my life. And to… Read more Sermon. A Journey Towards and Away
Sermon. A Woman Deeply Troubled
“I am a woman deeply troubled” We live in troubling times. In the past few days we have been… Read more Sermon. A Woman Deeply Troubled