The Beanstalk Magic OR the Hope In Christ
Reflections , Sermons / March 24, 2013

This past week was one of the most important weeks in history for all who believe in the story of Jesus and subsequently the story of Christians. But first we have to believe in the person of Jesus and all that he was and came to be. Without the first premise nothing holds true. That is why the last week was so very important. We, the Christian church installed a pope as the head of the Roman Catholicism and then we installed an Archbishop as the head of the Anglicanism.  Something significant happened in these two events. For the first time in 1000 years of history an Orthodox Patriarch came to sit with the rest of the world hoping for a brighter future. Bartholomew I, the spiritual leader of the world’s Orthodox Christians brought a sign of possible reconciliation. And then the same events took place in England when Justin Welby was installed as the head of the church of England and of the worldwide Anglican Communion, the rest of the Christian and other religious groups gathered to embrace the commonness of humanity and the hope of togetherness. No matter who we are and where we are coming from the…

Wherever I go…
Divinity , God , Humanity , Moments of Grace , Presence / September 8, 2010

I cannot lose the presence of the Lord:One arm, Humility, takes hold upon His dearHumanity; the other, Love,Clasps His Divinity. So where I go,He goes; and better fire-walled Hell with Him Be grateful to God for all the blessings in life.