We reflect on the amazing implications of the truth that God desires to give us the kingdom
When Jesus teaches his disciples what greed looks like, it doesn’t look like the caricatures we’ve built for it. It looks a lot more normal and a lot more like us.
Father James explains how disciples of Jesus are to be people who pray because it is firmly grounded in our relationship with him
We take a break from our walk with Jesus and his disciples to reflect on our union with Christ on this Baptism Sunday.
In this unpacking of a famous parable, Father James recounts Jesus’ description of his people as a people who are neighbors to everyone they have capacity to help
Father James points out that we are called to be a people on mission in a white harvest field.
Father James unpacks the series of things Jesus tells us we must give up if we are going to be his disciples.
Father James unpacks how it is the character of the suffering Messiah that lays out the character of his disciples.
Father James describes the doctrine of the Trinity and the duty Christians have to be able to articulate the Christian doctrine of God.
People of the resurrection obey their resurrected King Jesus over any other authority
When the Apostles first heard of Jesus’ resurrection from the women at the tomb, they thought it sounded like an idle tale. Father James unpacks four revolutionary truths that make it clear this is no idle tale
Father James discusses the Sacrament of Holy Communion and how it is a new Passover for God’s people
“On the next day they rested according to the commandment.” Father James reflects on these jarring last words of Luke’s Passion narrative
Father James walks through the highest point of tension between Jesus and the Jerusalem leadership of the temple.
Father James points discusses how Jesus’ parable about the lost son shows us two, distinct ways of being estranged from our Father.