Pentecost is Today!

There is the old story of a stubborn old man who refuses to leave his home in the midst of flooding.  When the first warning came to evacuate, he refused saying that God would take care of him.  When the waters rose and he could no longer stay on the ground floor, he went to…

Discerning the Holy Spirit

This morning, our reading from the First Letter of John basically tells us to seek the testimony of God over that of humanity.  As I read the opening lines of this passage, I couldn’t think of a more timelier question than asking how to discern the testimony of God over that of man.  Especially today,…

Abide in Chrlst’s Love

Through out the years, I have always contended what made Jesus of Nazareth truly divine is that his will and the will of the Father’s were truly one. And, I have also contended that the victory of the cross was not the resurrection, but Jesus remaining obedient to the will of the Father all the…

The Source of Love.

As a Children’s Protective Services Worker, I had the opportunity to get to know a myriad of foster parents. Like any group of people, there was the good and the bad. But as I think back over my years with the department, the one foster mother that always stood out above the others was a…