God’s Law is meant as a gift, not a cudgel to use on one another
Our weekly walk through the lives of the saints brings us, this week, to St Jerome, defender of the faith, doctor of the church, and translator of the definitive Latin version of the Bible
My sermon from Sunday on the power of hope to overcome anxiety and fear
This week we honor Philander Chase, frontier missionary, educator, and bishop
This week we honor the Cheyenne warrior who became a deacon and missionary; Okuh Hatuh
Death will not contain Jesus; he will be raised.
It is this that makes all the difference for us. Jesus death shatters the Evil that had held us in its grasp. In the wake of the resurrection, Evil has no power over us except the power we are willing to give it.
This week we remember the Episcopal priest, Thomas Gallaudet, advocate for and missioner to the deaf
We aren’t created to be followers of Jesus all by ourselves
In the story of Jesus from today’s gospel and in the story of Jonathan Daniels, we see the power of displacement to open our eyes to the wonder of God’s love and grace.
This week, we remember the Episcopal seminarian and civil rights worker, Jonathan Daniels, murdered in Alabama in 1965