Jake Schlossberg is married to Jillian and he is the father of Juliana (age 4) and Judah (<1). Jake grew up in The Episcopal Church; Nashotah House has only grown Jake’s love for Scripture and Episcopal worship. After earning a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Wheaton College, Jake spent a decade working at Tyndale House Publishers before coming to seminary. He can bore you to tears talking about the technical aspects of book production. Jake can usually be found playing with his kids, reading novels, or playing any sport but soccer.
Sermons and Bible Studies
[RCL] Isaiah 5:1-7; Psalm 80: 1-2, 8-18; Hebrews 11:29-12:2; Luke 12:49-56 Isaiah 5:1-7 Chapter five concludes the introductory section of the Book of Isaiah. While previous chapters have been hopeful, chapter five is one of indictment and judgment. The primary verdict is that God’s people have acted unjustly; they have not acted in accordance with […]
[RCL] Hosea 1:2-10; Psalm 85; Colossians 2:6-15, (16-19); Luke 11:1-13 Hosea 1:2-10 Hosea, like the major prophets, performs prophetic sign acts to convey the Lord’s prophetic message, in addition to spoken or written words. These acts are grotesque in the literary sense: they are over the top and cannot be ignored; they are obtrusive, demanding […]
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