Just as He Is

A sermon preached at St. Francis by the Lake, Canyon Lake, Texas the Lectionary readings for the Fourth Sunday after Pentecost. A few years ago, in the good old days when meeting up with a big group of friends for coffee was a typical activity, I was sitting with some good folks conversing about nothingContinue reading “Just as He Is”

Being Signs

Being godly doesn’t mean we are “in charge” or better than others. We can’t let our egos get away with such thoughts. We’ll never be God. We’ll never be divine. But we do have the God-given ability to reflect God to others, to let others see the God-image in us, not for our own glory but for the benefit of God’s entire kingdom.