The Rev. Dr. Amy Richter is an Episcopal priest, currently living in Mont-Tremblant, Quebec, Canada. She is the author and editor of several books, including Common Prayer: Reflections on Episcopal Worship and Saving Words: 20 Redemptive Words Worth Rescuing, published by Cascade.
Sermons and Bible Studies
Jesus said, âI am the bread of life. Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty.â A widower had some raspberry […]
Of today’s gospel lesson, Frederick Buechner, in his book Peculiar Treaures, wrote: “She struck the angel Gabriel as hardly old enough to have a child at all, let alone this child, […]
Todayâs gospel story, at the heart of the Churchâs faith, should be at the heart of our faith: that Jesus would live and die for us. That Jesus would say […]
Here we are, on the fourth Sunday of Advent. Christmas Eve is just around the corner. Ready or not, itâs just about time for the Christmas story, told by carol, […]
âJust looking, thanks.â When a salesperson in a store approaches us to see if they can be of assistance, we may say these words to keep them at a safe […]
God is deeply in love with each of us. Not just humanity in general, but each and every person. To make this truth about God plain, Jesus tells two parables, […]
Of all the issues facing the church 120 years ago, one that was considered so pressing that it was addressed by bishops throughout the Anglican Communion at the Lambeth Conference […]
How do you spend time? How will you live this day? Each of our lessons appointed for this Sunday has something to do with the end of time, with a […]
Who hasnât been impressed by the beauty of a rainbow? Rainbows have the quality of wonder: yes, there is a scientific explanation for how light is refracted in a certain […]
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