Monthly Archives: January 2015

Speak, for Your Servant is Listening

Sermon from January 18, 2015 1 Samuel 3: 1-10 Holy Trinity, Dickinson, Texas In my own life, I have heard God speak to me. Now, I have to tell you that I have never heard a voice coming out of a thunderclap or a cloud, saying: “Jeff….” No, I have never heard God speak to […]

Je Suis Baptized

Sermon from January 11, 2015 Acts 19: 1-7 Trinity, Marshall, Texas It seems to me like the news in the world was not that great in this last week. Last Wednesday, in Paris, terrorists struck the offices of Charlie Hebdo. Charlie Hebdo is a French satirical newspaper that has been viewed as an icon of […]

Where is the King?

Ordination to the Priesthood: Elizabeth Dowell January 6, 2015 Matthew 2: 1-12 St. John’s, Columbus, Texas Last year, I decided to register for a conference in Oklahoma City. This conference was called “Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace” – and it was a gathering of Episcopalians, from all over the country. The conference was wonderful. And […]