Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons on 2 Chronicles

Two Roads Diverged in a Wood….

And did the one you choose make all the difference? The poet Robert Frost describes his traveler as one of patience who gives this decision careful thought. It’s a blessing that we also meet two additional ‘travelers’ in today’s readings, both of whom chose the road less traveled by, and that has made all the…

Taking the First Step Home

Can you imagine how hard it was for the Prodigal Son to “come to himself” out there with the pigs and realize that he needed to start the long, painful journey home to his Father? The shame, embarrassment, humiliation, and arduous nature of the journey faced him, but he did turn around the head for home.…

Repent and Believe

“Repent and believe.”  It’s been the cry of preachers ever since the time of Jesus.  Simply defined, repentance is turning away from sin and self to Christ for forgiveness and salvation.  And yet, in our lives, it’s often not just that simple. This is where Josiah steps in to help us to understand that repentance…