Jesus takes Peter, John, and James up a mountain to pray.
In three succinct sentences, Jesus continues to prepare the disciples for the coming of the Holy
This Sunday we celebrate Christ the King.
It's not about stuff, Jesus is telling us. It is about a new thing God is doing.
Jesus refuses to climb into the little boxes people try to create to contain him.
"I must stay at your house tonight." Would we climb down out of our safe trees if we heard Jesus
The promise echoing through the centuries, "I will pour out my spirit on all flesh," rings in Je
Distilling the message of being faithful, Jesus seeks a way to teach his disciples: Do not give
What do we take for granted, not pausing for even a moment's gratitude?
Slaves? Well, probably not any of us. Each of us, however, has clear duties to perform.
Recognizing the various approaches to Christ the King, here are several alternate sermons av
There are some words that just sound good, that are attractive all by themselves.
We have two ways of thinking about the saints, and it turns out that neither one of them is very
Trouble and distress have come upon me, yet your commandments are my delight. The r
A prayer by Jacqueline Bergan and S Marie Schwann says, “Lord my God, when Your loved spilled ov
Brother Geoffrey Tristram of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist (SSJE) Episcopal Monastery
Gratitude has become something of a hot topic among psychologists recently.
“The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting.
From the earliest of times people have told stories about the wicked getting their come-uppance.
There is a wonderful scene in C.S.