We ask our questions. Who are you? Where are you going? Why?
We ask our questions, knowing that we are not alone in not having many answers. We ask, knowing that our salvation does not depend upon the answers.
The questions we ask as children do not go away; they linger in our hearts.
What do you wish you had the answer to? What burns within you, what question, what curiosity, what wondering?
Will you come back to the biggest questions, as often as you can, trusting them to be a source of life, and not death? A source of grace, and not condemnation?
Sermon for Trinity Sunday, Year C
Sermon for Palm Sunday, Year A
Sermon for the 7th Sunday after Epiphany, Year A and a baptism
Youth Sunday – sermons for the 2nd Sunday of Easter, 2015