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The Fullness of Temptation

What is the significance of Jesus' temptation by the devil? What do we learn about the nature of the gospel by the fact that God the...

Life Changing Love

St. Paul writes his famous rebuking passage to the Corinthians. In it, he tells them the importance of love. This past Sunday we asked...

The Word of God Will Not Return Void

Sometimes the world seems wild and that our work for the sake of the gospel is frivolous. However, we are continually reminded that God...

Be Strong and Courageous in Christ

What can God's commandment to Joshua teach us about living in Christ? We realize that although Israel has not taken possession of the...

Clothed in Christ

St. Paul tells us that since we have been raised with Christ, we are to put on new things, not the things of the world, but the things of...

The Authority of Jesus

We live in an age of information and misinformation. It is hard to tell what is true, half-true, or flat-out lies. This Sunday we...

Worthy is the Lamb

St. Mark's gospel starts with the phrase "the gospel of Jesus Christ, son of God." Even in this phrase, St. Mark starts to emphasize that...

The Promised One

Through Joseph's obedience, even when God's commands seemed absurd Jesus the Christ entered into the world. As we look at Matthew 2:13-23...

Unto Us a Child is Born

For Christmas Eve Fr. Ian presented us with a meditation upon the birth of the Christ child. Often we view this as a lovely, romantic...

The Happiest People on Earth

Christians are called to joy. This past Sunday, we learned how Psalm 100 instructs us in a joy-filled life and heard the call that those...

The Calling

Human beings are wired to look for meaning and desire to have a significant impact upon the world. This past Sunday Fr. Ian looked at the...

The Formative Nature of Worship

How we worship matters. Part of the beauty of the Holy Communion service spelled out in the Book of Common Prayer is that it forms who we...

Christ the bread of life

Christ told his apostles that He is the bread of life. However, it is easy to get consumed with the busyness of the world and forget that...

A Living Sacrifice

St. Paul tells the Roman Christians to be a living sacrifice. This past Sunday we examined what this call means, why it is significant,...

Who we are meant to be

St. Paul calls the Philippian Christians to imitate him. This exhortation is not a desire to have a bunch of mini-Pauls running around,...

Live for an imperishable crown

A Homily for Septuagesima January 31, 2021 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: 1 Corinthians 9:25 Every athlete exercises...

Being the Body

A Homily for Epiphany II January 17, 2021 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: 1 Corinthians 12:12-31 Let the words of my mouth...

A Living Sacrifice

A Homily for Epiphany I January 10, 2021 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Romans 12:1-5 Let the words of my mouth and the...

The Damaged World - the Renewing Jesus

A homily for Christmas II January 3, 2021 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Isaiah 61:1-3 Let the words of my mouth and the...

The Love of Neighbor - Decalogue IV

A Homily for Advent IV December 20, 2020 All Saints Anglican Church, Prescott, AZ Text: Exodus 20:12-21 Let the words of my mouth and the...