Sermons on “1 Kings”

Traditional Service, “He Set His Face”

Jesus “set his face” to go to Jerusalem, which is a key to understanding almost all of Luke’s gospel: the point of Jesus’ life was to go to the place of his death, resurrection, and ascension. But how did the people know Jesus’ face was set? How could they tell? Faces are like sacraments: outward and visible signs of something that’s inward and spiritual and deep.

Uptown Service, “Burnout”

God’s first language is silence. We must enter the silence if we hope to hear.

Traditional Service, “The Three Mountains”

Fr. Joe explores the spiritual life through the highs of the Mount of Transfiguration and the lows of Golgotha.

Uptown Service, “Rightly Ordered Love: Learning to be a Disciple of Jesus”

Jesus is more worthy of our devotion than anything else we hold dear. But how can we learn to embrace this reality?