Here are the readings for the First Sunday of Christmas and the last Sunday of 2007.
Here are this Sunday's readings.
The Jeremiah passage is actually saying the opposite of what most people think it is saying.
When I read Philemon, I wonder why it was included in the canon. What do you think?
Our current ideas about following Christ don't seem to have much in common with what Jesus is talking about. Where did we miss it?
This Sunday I will be on vacation with my family. Instead of the normal guest speaker, I'm asking each person to come prepared to share his or her favorite Bible story and to tell why it is the favorite. For those of you will be out of town or unable to attend for other reasons, feel free to make your contribution in the comments.
Here are the readings for June 3:
The doctrine of the Trinity is one of the most important and least understood teachings of Christianity. You can help me by listing misunderstandings and questions that people have about this issue. I would also be interested in analogies that you've found useful in understanding it.
Here are the readings for Easter.
It seems to me the purpose of an Easter sermon should be to help people to feel the reality of the resurrection of Jesus Christ and to help them comprehend what that means in their lives.