Harrowing Of Hell

God’s Got This!

To watch the sermon click here. It is good to be back after summer travels. I missed you. I missed opening my Bible and thinking about what you and I were going to talk about in the sermon Sunday. Writing a sermon is both completely delightful and utterly painful, because it requires digging into the

AI Sermon Series #2: The Ontological Nature of a Person

Click here to watch the sermon Last Sunday we learned from Peter that we have a title: the Royal Priesthood. It is the title of humanity, shared by all humanity, universally. In the age of generative artificial intelligence being human is becoming our common denominator, our core connection, and hopefully, our top priority. That may

We are Beatitude People

Good morning, Epiphany. It is delightful to have you together at one service. We gather as one body because it’s our annual meeting, and all members are encouraged to be present to vote for the Vestry, and to hear what has happened this past year, and where we are headed. So, thank you for being

Let Us Walk Humbly With Our God

Let us pray: In the name of the one God, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Amen. In the passage from Exodus, the Lord said to Moses, “I have observed the misery of my people who are in Egypt; I have heard their cry on account of their taskmasters. Indeed, I know their sufferings, and I

God is Calling Us to Mission

Good Morning! It’s good to be with you today. Thank you for having me. It is truly a blessing to be with Epiphany Parish on this Second Sunday after the Epiphany as we recognize the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Today, we also celebrate our shared ministry in Haiti through the Haiti Micah

The Good News

Good morning Christians, seekers, and friends! I have been thinking this week about that old question, “What do you want to hear first… the GOOD news or the BAD news?” We’ve probably all heard this question in one context or another. Do you have a personal preference? Good news first; then bad news? Or is