Sermons from December 2018
“We don’t have to search for him. We don’t have to wonder where he’s been. We only have to gather, share a meal, and he will be made known to us in the breaking of the bread.”
“For his story is our story, and our story is his story. We are forever inseparably intertwined.”
A Sermon for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, December 23, 2018 St. Dunstan’s Anglican Church, Largo, FL The Very Reverend J. Michael Strachan Luke 1:39-55 You may have noticed that something is missing in the story of Advent and Christmas as it’s told by the lectionary that the Church gives to us. We began a new church year with Advent, and with the new year starts a new year in the lectionary. This is year C, that’s the year we…
What we say about John the Baptist has direct implications for what we say about Jesus.
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