Today’s odd story has a deep truth to teach us: “No situation is un-transfigurable.” God brings hope, and beauty, and love to the most painful times. God invites us to be a people of transfiguration, to bring healing, and hope, and love to the most unlikely people, the most unlikely situations.
A sermon preached on November 2nd for the Feast of All Saints at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Denver. What is a saint? This is a fair question, really. I’m not sure there is a concrete answer, but I’m an Episcopal priest, so you probably shouldn’t ask me for concrete answers. We’re not sure, inContinue reading “And I Mean To Be One Too: An All Saints Sermon”