Stories from the annual of Hootenanny of Holiday Horrors lead us to the proclamation of John the Baptist in the muddy Jordon River.
Luke’s Gospel reminds us that Jesus is very near.
The story of Jesus’ death and resurrection is weird for many who first hear it.
The gathering at the Jewish Synagogue on November 2nd to remember those lost in the shooting in Pittsburgh was a good time to think about the old Irish story of Thin Places–times when we can more easily see God.
Worshiping in Butler for 175 years
Our great high priest of the order of Melchizedek
Like a surgeon’s expert carving a turkey, God’s word exposes everything.
Glory is how we define God and how He defines us.
Reflections on passages from the Book of James. Wondering and about a true community that shares its brokeness.
Jesus gives new meaning to an argument among the disciples about who is the greatest among them