Liturgy for Lent: Introduction Pt. 2

Mike: As an Episcopalian, I grew up in a liturgical church. That is to say, I grew up going to services which were patterned on an ancient form of praying. I realized the difference one year in middle school, when my mom chose to sign me out of first period to attend an Ash Wednesday … Continue reading Liturgy for Lent: Introduction Pt. 2

Liturgy for Lent: Introduction pt. 1

A new project, a conversation about liturgy with my good friend Jason Evans. Jason: Mike and I have been friends for a long time. Today, we both work in The Episcopal Church. Mike is a lifelong Episcopalian and is ordained as a priest. I grew up in various evangelical churches and am now a part of … Continue reading Liturgy for Lent: Introduction pt. 1

Advice on Investing: A Sermon for the 11th Sunday after Pentecost

Faithful Jews are buried in pine boxes.  No frills.  No metal hinges.  The body is wrapped in a simple white garment with no pockets, a reminder that you can’t carry anything with you from this world to the next.  No matter who you were, what you had in life, billionaire or pauper, the ritual is … Continue reading Advice on Investing: A Sermon for the 11th Sunday after Pentecost