Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons by The Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig Jr

Be Ready

Today, the Prophet Daniel provides hope to a discouraged population.  The promises found in our reading are just as comforting in the present as they were to the suffering Jews in Babylonian exile.  Join us as we dig into this “fourth beast” of Daniel’s vision to find God’s plan for His creation. May the Lord…

Deepest Engagement

Do you remember the day you were engaged to be married?  Who was there? What was said? When I think of engagement my mind goes back to Scotland, on the Isle of Skye where I knelt down and proposed to my bride.  Christmas Eve however is even more important than our own engagements. Christmas Eve…

Come Holy Spirit

It was the call that no one wants to receive.  Suffice it to say I realized in receiving it, my life may never be the same again, as a blanket of hopelessness washed over me.  Ezekiel knew that Hopelessness as he looked over the vast sea of dry dead bones. Mary knew that hopelessness as…

Boomerang God

For the last three weeks, I’ve been writing and re-writing teachings and sermons on planes, trains and automobiles in some of the remotest parts of India.  As I look back on mission 2019 to that amazing, wild and colorful nation I’m left realizing again that God is a boomerang God! His will always prevails even…

Peace When In Pieces

Did you know there is a natural peace and a supernatural peace?  A natural peace often comes when things are going really well in our lives and our anxiety is low.  Supernatural peace is a gift of the Holy Spirit through the power of Jesus Christ and manifests itself in our life no matter the…

The Object of My Affections

“Idolatry isn’t just one of many sins, it’s the one great sin that all others come from.”  This thought from the Rev. Kyle Idleman reminds us that idolatry didn’t stop in the Old Testament with the Kings and Israelites!  Idolatry is alive and well today and can be defined as “anything or anyone who has…

All In

Seven years…that’s all it took.  King Solomon (son of King David) builds a temple for God that had to be seen to be believed!  Three stories high, thirty-foot high columns, cedar ceilings, cypress floors, olivewood doors, and more gold than Fort Knox!  How did Solomon accomplish this? 1st Answer: The Power of God. 2nd answer:…