If for you, time seems fleeting, if you find yourself rushed by errands, trying to find oil for your lamp, could Jesus today be inviting you to find a new relationship with time?
Category Archives: Spiritual Practice
Surely God is in this Place: Jacob’s Ladder and Unlikely Spiritual Geography
As Jacob, that trickster, discovered, sometimes the best adventures occur when we venture into unmarked terrain.
“Spirituality” A sermon for Pentecost
“Spirituality” isn’t a nebulous concept. Spirituality is specific. It refers to God’s Spirit, living with us. That very wind which blew over the waters of creation, that wisdom which brings depth to God’s followers, that Spirit of truth and justice which was upon Jesus as he proclaimed good news to the poor.
The Darkness Did Not Overcome It.
Sometimes I’m still working out what the Gospel means, but even in uncertain times I know: God’s light still shines.