In today’s sermon, on the first week of Advent, we discuss What is The Christ?.
Each of us is called to step up to the plate, to be engaged in life in ways that challenge and inspire us. In fact, when we are unwilling to do so we cannot experience the fullness of what it means to be alive. This takes courage. Over the last four years I have been
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The world has been going to hell, the creek has been rising and life as we know it has been about to end at least as far back as the beginning of recorded history. In the third century BCE the writer of Ecclesiastes bemoaned that there was “nothing new under the sun”; that all was
The other week I received a brochure for a weekend seminar at Texas Christian University entitled “Emerging Christianity – new ways of thinking, being, and following Christ.” This sounded inviting so I opened up the brochure to see more details.
When I was a teenager growing up in Cardiff, Wales I would often go on walks to the hills that surrounded the city. It was a beautiful area of farms, meadows, and heavy woodland. One particular wood held a special significance for me because in the deep shade of its forest canopy there were three