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Jonah and the great storm Forget whales and such. The book of Jonah is relavant to anyone confronting the storms of life.
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.