Contributing sermons since Jan 17, 2004
Contributed on Oct 10, 2005
Who am I as a person as I examine the fragileness of life?
Isaiah 40:1-8, 28-31 “Who am I?” As I tried to formulate this message a few things distracted me this week. I was distracted in my preparation by a funeral I conducted yesterday, which for me usually causes me to slow things down a bit and reflect on my life. I was distracted by a visit I made ...read more
Contributed on May 26, 2004
If we take the time to realistically examine our culture, especially our western culture, we will readily see that death is not something we think about very much.
For Christians, the season of Lent is the time of our church year like no other because our focus is drawn on a very unpopular topic, death. We are taken on a journey covering the last weeks of Jesus’ ministry, which ends with his horrible torture and death by crucifixion. But because we ...read more
Contributed on Jan 17, 2004
Our lives are turned upside down at times and things are not as they appear to be.
This morning’s reading from the gospel of John details a very familiar story, the wedding at Cana. But as I have done in the past with many of our scripture readings, I ask you to travel back to this wedding feast to see exactly why it so important to us. But before we can put ourselves among the ...read more