Who do you say that I am?

Note: A version of this sermon was written and given for both St. John’s Episcopal Church in Murray, KY and St. James Pewee Valley, KY. Readings: Exodus 1:8-2:10 Psalm 124 Romans 12:1-8 Matthew 16:13-20 In the name of one God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen  The gospel passage from Matthew this morning is rich with imagery and significant: it a highlight of Peter’s life, … Continue reading Who do you say that I am?

Sermon for Proper 12, Year A

Note: This sermon was written and given for St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Anchorage, KY during their live streamed worship service. 1 Kings 3:5-12 Psalm 119:129-136 Matthew 13:31-33, 44-52 In worship this morning, we must confront two truths. First off, we must confront the truth of our own situation here at St. Luke’s. Second, we must confront the truth of the Kingdom of God, presented … Continue reading Sermon for Proper 12, Year A

Our Upper Room: Sermon for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, Year A

Note: This week, I was fortunate to preach this sermon at two parishes: St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Anchorage, KY, and St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Signal Mountain, TN. The recording below was a backup in case of technical issues with Sunday morning broadcasts. You can see me preach at St. Luke’s here in a full service of Holy Communion; there is also wonderful solo … Continue reading Our Upper Room: Sermon for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, Year A