The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
Mark 6:30-34 & Mark 6:53-56
13 mins 23 secs
Views: 192
The goal is a relationship with God through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
Mark 6:14-29
12 mins 56 secs
Views: 206
Or awe, this is the appropriate reaction to the God who created the universe.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
Mark 6:1-13
34 mins 45 secs
Views: 190
You can cut yourself off from God's grace, it is much better to live in the flow of God's grace.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
Mark 4:26-34
12 mins 22 secs
Views: 181
The Kingdom of God starts with your littlest efforts, when we rely on God, his grace can make great things happen.
The Rev. Kimberley Talbot Pfeiler
John 3:1-17
15 mins 30 secs
Views: 223
Jesus tells Nicodemus he must be born again.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
Luke 24:44-53
17 mins 15 secs
Views: 784
The Feast of the Ascension is one of the great puzzles of popular Christianity. Consider that it is one of the chief festivals of the church calendar, gets mentioned in all the creeds, and yet most people when asked to name feasts of the church year would likely mention Ash Wednesday or St. Patrick's day before thinking of Ascension.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 15:9-17
17 mins 6 secs
Views: 832
In John 15:9-17 Jesus gives his disciples a new commandment. They are to love one another as he has loved them. This Sunday Fr. Ed will explain how Anglicanism reflects and relies upon the New Commandment more so than other denominations. This is not to say that the Anglican Way is superior to other Christian Denominations, but rather that Anglicanism's charisms and crisis's rest on our fulfillment of or failure to fulfill Jesus' New Commandment.
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 15:1-8
15 mins 1 sec
Views: 553
This Sunday's Gospel is John 15:1-8 and contains another "I Am" statement. Like "I am The Good Shepherd" from last week, this week's "I am The True Vine" reveals to us an important truth about our relationship with Jesus, the point of this relationship, and the price he pays for it. Hint: Jesus gets pruned and God is not radically inclusive. God is love, and that is far more wonderful and terrifying
The Very Rev. Ed McNeill
John 10:11-18
15 mins 23 secs
Views: 563
Sheep without Shepherds have much to worry about when wolves come. Jesus is our Good Shepherd and the more we live into this truth the less we have to worry about. Great athlete's achieve a state of ready relaxation that allows them to excel in stress filled moments. Christians can deal with the wolves without fear or anxiety because Jesus is our Good Shepherd. This Sunday we will reflect on the amazing ways we experience Jesus as our Good Shepherd.