5 years ago on Maundy Thursday I preached my first sermon at HFASS. There were 8 of us. Here it is.


I imagine in the room that night the friends and followers of Jesus enjoying each other’s company, glad to be away from the crowds.  They have no idea at the time that this is the night they will never forget.  When I was working as a chaplain at the hospital, I noticed that the family [Read More...]

Palm Sunday Sermon About Morbid Reflection, Home Perms and Fickle Crowds


2013-03-24 NBW Sermon <—click here to listen along. Here we go.  It’s Palm Sunday – the beginning of Holy Week. The day we remember Jesus’ so-called triumphal entry into Jerusalem. And once again, I am confronted with my own cynicism AND I’ve been thinking a lot about regret this week.  Which is a real winning combination. [Read More...]