Monthly Archives: March 2016

Palm Sunday’s Child

Sermon from March 20, 2016 Luke 23: 1-49 St. Alban’s, Waco, Texas {Click here for audio} When I was a little boy, we learned nursery rhymes. I am not quite sure if children recite nursery rhymes much any more. And to have more fun with a certain little rhyme, it is helpful to know what […]

The Other Prodigal Son

Sermon from March 6, 2016 Luke 15: 11-32 Christ the King, Atascocita, Texas For almost two thousand years now, you have heard my story. And today, in thousands of churches around the world, millions of people will hear a story, a story about one day in my life. In thousands of churches around the world […]

Who Wears a Cape?

Homily from March 4, 2016 Mark 6: 47-56 Iona School for Ministry In the 1990s, I was a fan of the TV show “Seinfeld.” And in one episode of Seinfeld, Elaine and Jerry are walking along the street in Manhattan. And while Elaine and Jerry are walking along the sidewalk, they spy their friend George’s […]