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On being blind
Blindness is everywhere I look today (bad pun #1). On Wednesday mornings, SBC’s preschool has an 8:30 chapel service. The lesson for this morning was an excerpt of Sunday’s Gospel lesson a...
God has a plan
Let me preface what is to follow by saying that I wholeheartedly believe that God has a plan for creation. Well, maybe more like a dream. God’s dream for humanity and the earth we were cre...
The Power of Water
According to unicef, everyday, nearly 1,000 children die from the lack of clean drinking water. One thousand children. Every. Single. Day. That’s a child dying every minute and half. That...
Jesus was Tired
It is hard for me to believe, but it has been more than two years since the candidates for the 4th Bishop of the Diocese of the Central Gulf Coast took part in the walkabout portion of the d...
Called to Go, but where?
You can listen to this sermon on the Christ Church website, or read it below. My former Bishop once shared with me that every call story has two parts: the call to leave and the call to wher...
The Call to Go
Tomorrow night, the people of Christ Episcopal Church in Bowling Green, Kentucky will gather with our Bishop and other clergy from the Diocese of Kentucky at a service called The Celebration...
Customizable Temptation – a sermon
You can listen to this sermon on the Christ Church website, or read it here. One of the great joys of living in 21st century America is that we live in a world that is increasingly customiza...
Don’t Feel Holy, Be Holy – a homily
UPDATE: This sermon can be heard over on the Christ Church website. One of the outreach ministries that I was most proud of during my time in Foley was the role Saint Paul’s played in Family...
Keeping the Feast means Keeping the Fast
As Lent begins, there are a few subtle changes to the regular pattern of our liturgy that are required and thereby signal for us the changing season. The Opening Acclamation, optional in Ri...
Practicing Piety in a Pluralistic Society
You’ll have to pardon the alliterative and rhyming nature of this post title, but it just came so easily, I couldn’t help but use it. As I try to get back in the saddle of blogging after a ...
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