Reading Time: 6 minutes The two of them, Cleopas and an unnamed disciple, walked along the path to Emmaus. That’s how the story starts. If you’re a geographically-minded person and wonder where this ancient … Continue reading “Walking to Emmaus” – Luke 24.13-35
Reading Time: 6 minutes This is familiar, yet unfamiliar. We have been here before—Palm Sunday. Yet, we are just barely coming out of a pandemic. Many people are still anxiously looking forward to getting … Continue reading Celebration Before a Storm – A Palm Sunday Reflection
Reading Time: 6 minutes Once again, we had a mass shooting in the U.S. this past week.[i] To me, it highlights our complicity in the sins of the world. On Wednesday, a man confessed … Continue reading How are we complicit in the sin of the world? (A Sermon from Psalm 51)
Reading Time: 6 minutes People gather in churches around the world, week after week, and I wonder how often we stop to consider who God actually is. We can say various things about God, … Continue reading How do we know God?
Reading Time: 6 minutes How do you hear the gospel? Do you hear like Nicodemus hears? What is the filter through which we experience God? None of us can attain a true tabula rasa. … Continue reading How do you hear the gospel?