Newly graduated from Seminary of the Southwest in Austin, Joshua Woods is now the Assistant Rector at Saint David’s Episcopal Church and School in San Antonio, Tex. When not working, he enjoys being spending time with his wife, Laura, and their two dogs, Ezra and Roxie.
Sermons and Bible Studies
Jesus came and stood among his disciples. Anywhere else in the Gospel story and this would not be a strange statement. It must have occurred countless times before this particular […]
To see God is to be changed. For the last several weeks, during this season following the Epiphany, we have journeyed alongside those who first came to the realization that […]
Samuel 23:1-7 King David—perhaps the greatest King of Israel—in his final words, did not take credit for himself, but instead declared that it was God who had anointed and exalted […]
Numbers 21:4-9 Earlier this year, I made my first transatlantic flight from the United States to Italy. When I first received my plane ticket, I took note of the fact […]
Isaiah 61:1-4, 8-11 Suppose I were to ask you what it means to be saved. Would you explain salvation as a fixed reality, a progressive ontological shift, or perhaps something […]
Genesis 24:34-38, 42-49, 58-67 Abraham’s servant was given a difficult task—to go out and find a wife for his master’s son, Isaac. Abraham must have trusted his servant immensely to […]
Numbers 6:22-27 There is something holy about the giving and receiving of names. The acts of naming and being named are sacred practices in the Judeo-Christian faith. When we are […]
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