Monthly Archives: December 2014

You Be the Judge

Ordination to the Priesthood: Keith Giblin December 21, 2014 1 Peter 5: 1-4 St. Paul’s, Orange, Texas A few months after my election as bishop suffragan, our family moved from Waco to Tyler. After the moving van had been loaded up with most all of our possessions, then I took off in my car to […]

I Am Not…

Sermon from December 14, 2014 John 1: 6-8, 19-28 All Saints, Crockett, Texas Growing up us a kid, it was always fun to imagine what I wanted to be when I grew up. At first, I wanted to work at the grocery store – because that seemed like a fun job. Then I decided that […]

What Shall I Cry?

Sermon from December 7, 2014 Isaiah 40: 1-11 Trinity, Longview, Texas When I was in junior high school, I can remember taking Algebra I. And there was a kid who sat next to me in Algebra class, a kid who I became good friends with. In Algebra I, the teacher gave us tons of nightly […]