It troubles me that well-meaning people of faith are often given to keeping Kaplan’s law of instrument, over anything handed down by Moses or expounded upon by Jesus.1 To put […]
Two years ago, I sat on a pew in what may likely be the last church I ever pastor. I was exhausted. You can really only cry for so long […]
At the time, Palm Sunday 3/29/15, this was the first sermon I had written in several years. My depression and it’s medication made it near impossible to prepare and deliver even a homily. […]
Shared during a worship service with patients/families/caregivers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center (7/19/15). The words are a reflection of my experiences as a pastor and a chaplain.
Of Whips and Carrots: A Disinterested Faith Sermon delivered at Green St. UMC (Winston-Salem) on 08/09/15 A bit of background: The book of Job appears in the Hebrew Scriptures. The […]
It was my third time, I could now “officially” refer to myself as a “frequent flyer.” I knew the intake nurse, could name a number of the security guards, and […]