Greetings, I am beginning a challenging series on Ecclesiastes 3: 1-15. This an introduction filled with poignant questions I feel we need to ask and answer in order to live the abundant and meaningful lives God intends for us. Thank you for listening. Peace, Tex
Tonight I offer only a prayer in response to the shocking events that took place in our nation’s capital. I must warn you that I get emotional when I speak with God. I have left no time to hear God’s reply, so I encourage you to spend some time in contemplation following this prayer listeningContinue reading “A Prayer for our Nation”
Today is the Christian observance of Epiphany – the visit of the Magi, or three kings to Bethlehem. This is a brief message about its significance to history and to us. “Feliz dis de Reyes”
The Three Kings Sunday. I will speak to the importance of this event for Christianity at its inception and today.
Welcome! A New Years Message reflecting on releasing the past and embracing the new as we celebrate the new year.
The message on this last Sabbath of 2020 focuses on Hope and how faith enables us to see it where others despair. The song of Simeon is an unsung Christmas Carol and his words are a warning to everyone who dares to share the love of God with the world.
Christmas Eve Message. Prophets foretold the birth of the Christ and what he would be like and the new age he would usher in, the likes of which would know no end. Tonight we worship the light that was born into the world – Emmanuel- God with us. Please have a candle ready to lightContinue reading “Pondering”
The fourth Sunday of Advent. The naming of John the Baptist. I invite you to join me as I consider the importance of this event for all of us.
Mary’s Magnificat is an inspiration for all who have ears to hear in the midst of this pandemic and political dysfunction. Rejoice with Christians everywhere as we prepare for Christ’s full return. Peace,Tex
The second Sunday of Advent when we light the candle of Peace I have chosen to speak to Mary’s encounter with the angel Gabriel focusing on her perplexity and ours. Peace, Tex