Being in love with the ordinary and the sameness is the challenge to see God present in each and every moment. … More Life Interrupted: A Bad Thing?
It’s not really up to us to factually proof the resurrection the way the world demands facts and figures, but that we believe in the power of the creator that God’s love is naturally stronger than the power of death. And believe in what it means for you and me. … More The Beauty of Believing without ‘Seeing’
Just for this morning, let me say to you that Easter means this– although we are all frail, mortal, finite human beings and are wholly inadequate in our words and our deeds in the face of death- God – the one who creates and gives us life is determined to be the creator and the giver of life even in death. … More The Shocking News – An Easter Sermon
What sort of objects blur your vision? What is grabbing so much of your attention that you are unable to realize that Jesus is right next to you? … More THE WEARY WAY: Reflections on the Road to Emmaus Story – LUKE 24:13-35
Easter isn’t something that we can prove happened. At the end of the day, Easter isn’t about the evidence of Jesus resurrection. Faith, after all, is not provable. … More Easter- Evidence or Experience? A Sermon for Easter