This series of reflections meditates on the only seven statements Jesus makes during His suffering on the cross and what they mean for our faith.
For this Palm Sunday / Passion Sunday, we consider not only the story of Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem, but also His angry rant in the temple and how quickly public opinion can change: even about God Himself!
This sermon considers how we sort out what (and who) is important in life in contrast to what God considers important. It also considers the tough question of how we know where we are going when we die (and whether that is really the right question to ask in the journey of faith).
The sermon this week explores Jesus’ often confusing parable of the bridesmaids and considers how we fill our faith reserves for our journeys—what is our work to do for our own spirits as opposed to what do we share with others?
This sermon explores a disturbing parable told in the Gospel of Matthew about the Kingdom of God. We consider what it means to respond to the journey of faith as an invitation and celebration, and how many of us hold back from truly responding at all.