Monthly Archives: October 2018

Jesus Does

Sermon from October 28, 2018 Mark 10: 46-52 St. Cuthbert’s, Houston, Texas My wife and I are empty nesters. We have two grown sons, who are both in their 20s. Life is good for us right now, because both of our sons are receiving paychecks. As empty nesters, we have our own routine. We eat […]

Red Solo Cup

Sermon from October 21, 2018 Mark 10: 35-45 St. Aidan’s, Cypress, Texas & University of Houston Canterbury / Student Center Now I am not really much of a country music fan. Except my wife is originally from Kentucky, and she is a country music fan. In her car, my wife listens to country music all […]

When Jesus Goes Low, We Go High

Sermon from October 7, 2018 Hebrew 1: 1-4; 2: 5-12 St. Stephen’s, Beaumont, Texas I am the father of two sons, both of whom are now in their mid-20s. And as a father, I have enjoyed each stage in our children’s lives. One of my favorite stages was when our sons were tiny babies. And […]