This sermon was delivered at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Enid, Okla., Sunday, July 29, 2018. In reading this week’s lessons my mind was drawn back to a parable – not a biblical parable, but one I think is relevant nonetheless. It’s often, possibly incorrectly, attributed as a Native American story, commonly known as the … Continue reading Which wolf will you feed?
If you've spent much time in church - of almost any Christian denomination, but not all - you've probably at some point marveled at the beauty of stained glass windows. These incredible works of art depict scenes from the Bible, from church history, from the lives of saints and martyrs. Among the immediately recognizable figures … Continue reading The road to Damascus
This sermon was given Oct. 4, 2017 at the service of Noonday Prayers, in honor of the Feast of the Holy Guardian Angels, at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church in Enid, Oklahoma. Today is the feast of St. Francis of Assisi, and honoring him would be a very worthwhile use of our time. But since we will … Continue reading Our Holy Guardian Angels