Weekly Sermons

A "Teaching" Liturgy
January 01, 1970
Today I offered a "Teaching Liturgy" in Church. I was trying to help our parishioners better understand the Divine Liturgy, learn how to participate more fully in their worship, and meet and encounter our Living God through our worship. Read more »

Mercy or Justice - Lessons from the Prodigal Son
January 01, 1970
Mercy is opposed to justice… As a grain of sand cannot counterbalance a great quantity of gold, so in comparison God’s use of justice cannot counterbalance His mercy. Read more »

As the Father Sent Me So I send You
January 01, 1970
I have to be honest and tell you that this was only the THIRD time in my life I’ve ever been to Church. It was interesting, though, and I really did learn something new.” When I answered him what he learned, he surprised me by saying, “I never knew that Jesus rose from the dead!” Read more »

St George and His Understanding of Death
January 01, 1970
Tragedy in God’s eyes is not a young death, but a life not lived to its God-given potential, a life not dedicated to God and lived for God. Read more »

God is My Help - Palm Sunday Sermon
January 01, 1970
Jesus enters Jerusalem with the fervor growing. Yet, there was something strange about the entrance of this new King. Read more »

Forgiveness Frees Us from Being Imprisoned in our Souls
January 01, 1970
A man that does not learn to forgive, who hold on to the bitterness and resentment of his anger and hatred and pain, is like a man who swallows poison and hopes his enemies die from that poison. An unforgiving spirit imprisons and poisons our souls! Read more »

Do You Want To Be Healed?
January 01, 1970
We need to realize that whenever we turn to God for help, He is the Great Physician of our bodies and souls and minds. He is interested not simply in some type of physical healing, but in a complete healing that leads to a radically new life, a life that will lead into an eternal relationship with Him. Read more »

Building Relationships of Love in Mexico
January 01, 1970
Going to Mexico to build a house was an experience I will absolutely never forget! It allowed me to experience everything the Bible teaches us Read more »

The Freedom to Choose How We See Life
January 01, 1970
Janet Hourihan Brooks is an amazing woman. She has suffered through aggressive metastatic pancreatic cancer for the past six years. Yet she is one of the most positive people I know, Read more »

Walk as Wise People Making the Most of Time
January 01, 1970
Saint Paul tells us today to “Walk as children of light and try to learn what is pleasing to the Lord… Look carefully then how you walk, not as unwise but as wise men and women, making the most of our time understanding what the will of God is." Read more »

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