Always Learning

I have a Master’s degree. I say this not to brag, but to iterate that I have done a lot of learning in my life. Between the time I was in Kindergarten until I graduated with my Masters of Divinity, I went to school for 20 years, and since I graduated I continue to go … Continue reading Always Learning


Renewing Covenant

There is something about the New Year that always makes us want to start a new chapter in our book. It is very easy and quite logical to do this. Many of us make New Year's resolutions to try and change something about ourselves. “New Year, New You” is one of the most popular phrases … Continue reading Renewing Covenant

Redemptive Forgiveness

In 1948 the country of South Africa was plunged into an oppressive time known as Apartheid. During this time the ruling, white, class oppressed the people of other races all across the country. Plunging most of the South African society into a racially segregated society that allowed white people to thrive and punished people of … Continue reading Redemptive Forgiveness

Living with the Spirit

Today we work ourselves back in the creed to the part we skipped over last week. I want to begin by saying that when I skipped over the section on the Spirit last week it is not because the Spirit is unimportant in our faith, rather I saw an opportunity to connect God’s word to … Continue reading Living with the Spirit

Community Together Forever

I spent the better part of 8 years fighting my call to ministry. It wasn’t necessarily an outward fight that people would have seen, and most people may not have even known it was going on. However, in all that I went through, in my ups and downs of high school and college, there was … Continue reading Community Together Forever

Jesus Our Lord

Today we continue on in our sermon series on the Apostles Creed and we dive into the second section. And when I say section I mean that whole second part of the creed that talks about Jesus. Now I could preach a whole sermon series just on this one part of the creed. However, I … Continue reading Jesus Our Lord