Dynamic Downtown Worship in the Anglican Tradition

Sermons by The Rev. Alfred T. K. Zadig Jr (Page 3)

King Ahaz vs Joseph

Sermon preached at 8pm on Christmas Eve 2018 Christmas is less of an event and more of a profound rescue mission.  It’s the story of God loving us so much-He sends Jesus, His Only Son to be born as an infant, who would free each of us from our sin, grant  forgiveness and enable us…

What is Peace?

Sermon preached at morning services on December 23, 2018 As we enter the final Sunday of Advent, we face directly into birth of the Prince of Peace.  Peace is one of those wonderful but overused words, overused in such a way that we wonder if its true meaning has been lost.  In the context of…

Kharma is Dead

Sermon preached on Sunday, December 16, 2018 It was the longest period of darkness I had ever encountered.  Yes, from Calcutta India, through New Deli then on to New York, 21 hours of travel in total darkness (we were flying west and and going away from the sun).  It was a profound way to end…

Unrelenting, Unshakable, Unwavering Love

Today’s reading from Genesis reads like a good old fashioned reality tv show.  After requiring Jacob to work seven years for his younger daughter’s hand in marriage, Laban substituted his older daughter Leah-and Jacob didn’t discover the deception until the morning after his wedding night.  Some men would have given up. Jacob on the other…

Your Dreams and God’s Promises

This week in our Gospel Project teachings, we come to Jacob’s ladder and a dream that would not ever be forgotten.  Genesis 28 is about God using a dream to remind Jacob that He really does keep His promises.  We don’t always pay attention to what happens while we sleep, but sometimes even our dreams…

God is a Promise Keeper

Have you ever been the victim of a broken promise?  On the other side of things, have there been times when you have been the one to break a promise?  Pain is deep and real in either scenario. We might even feel from time to time that God Himself has broken His promise to us…

It Matters

When you were married, there was a prayer prayed over you that went like this:  “Give them wisdom and devotion in the “ordering” of their common life…”  This ordering means living a life that is prioritized with God first, followed in second order by your marriage, then children etc..  This ordering affects everything in our…