I rejoiced when they said to me, “Let us go to the house of the Lord!” Our feet are standing in your gates, Jerusalem! Jerusalem is built like a city joined together in unity. That is where the tribes go up— the Lord’s tribes! It is the law for Israel to give thanks there to […]
The question comes up every time I attend a clergy gathering: “Why do you wear a black robe?” I wear a cassock – a long black robe, generally used by Anglicans and Roman Catholics for non-Communion services. I don’t wear the smaller white robe over it, just the black. Most clergy in liturgical churches – […]
The Gospel is not a pat on the back for good people.
It is comfort for grieving people.
Hope for broken people.
Love for hated and lonely people.