This isn't the day we envisioned, but it is holy because God is in it.
Monday lectionary email, archived here on Friday.
Any conversation about salvation should include both an eschatological aspect and one that is relevant to our lives here and now.
Our baptismal covenant is a beginning, not an ending.
The glorious and impressive features are only half of the story.
Sometimes someone else has to start singing before we can.
There’s a lot of a certain sort of pleasure pursued around Christmas.
God the Son is committed to gladly and freely doing the Father’s will.
It’s hard to take Paul’s admonition seriously these days.
Advent is also about our own coming and going, the ways we embody the reconstructive ways of the Lord.
Advent must respond in some consequential way to the widening uncertainty of the living of our days.
This John text causes us to directly contemplate the nature of Jesus’ truth claims.
Not all who struggle with infertility have their prayers answered.
It often works pretty well for us.
What preacher does not like to gnaw a theological bone?
This psalm is hard to take.