As Alphonse Youla, an immigrant from the Ivory Coast, worked baggage security at the Brussels Airport on March 22 of this year he heard shouts in Arabic, and then a large explosion.  After discovering he was not dead in the terrorist attacks that killed 32 victims and injured over 300 people, Youla ran toward, not […]

Continue reading

May 15, 2016 – Pentecost

My maternal grandparents did not like the word “good-bye” – in fact, they adamantly refused to say it; not at the end of a phone call nor at the end of a visit, you would never hear them utter this word. They were insistent that the word “good-bye” was simply too final, so instead, they […]

Continue reading

May 8, 2016

What I’d like to do this morning is take a little bit of time to look at the Revelation to John, which is our second lesson this morning, and talk briefly about that text as well as the whole idea of Apocalyptic literature. (Click the headphones icon, above, to hear this sermon)

Continue reading