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It is a strange holiday indeed that turns our thoughts towards love, and most often, romantic love, but at the same time bears the name of a Catholic saint and martyr: Saint Valentine. I can think of nothing that more clearly reflects the often strained relationship between spirituality and sexuality in Christian faith and practice, […]
The Room Within On that bright day so long ago Jesus was speaking directly to us when he said: “I will not leave you desolate. For on that day, you will know that I am in (God) and you are in me, and I am in you.” I realize this may seem impossible. We are […]
The Date of Thanksgiving 2015
The Meaning of Forgiveness in a World of War Though it is central and essential in the life and teaching of Jesus, forgiveness remains a difficult concept, especially in a world of conflict and war. If it is difficult to forgive one who has caused you deep personal harm, how much more difficult is it […]
Doubt is not the enemy of faith, blind fanaticism is. Read more …
What the New Testament Says About Freedom You might be surprised. Check it out
When Nice Won’t Suffice When “Have a Nice Day!” doesn’t cut it … deeper resources may be required. Check out our latest sermons.
Is Christ’s love ethic relevant in a time of war? Given that love is as much a part of the problem as a solution, I question the famous line from the love song: “All the world needs now is love, sweet love.” Read more …..
Father’s Day: The Fatherhood of God What Jesus learned from this own father, and why that matters.
Faith is not so much about obeying laws and rules, it’s about liberation and letting go. Consider the Ten Commandments …