“from that cross, a gift of these words. A gift for us below, us who doubt and believe. A gift for the angry, the wavering, the weary. A gift for the destitute. Jesus gives us not the semblance of abandonment, but the lament of one who is desperately, utterly alone. A gift from the cross so that we might eternally know that our God knows the depths of our despair.”
A tremendous gift, a remarkable achievement, and an enduring legacy. Remembering an ecumenical visionary who work for our common, audible worship.
Magnify! A Sermon for Old West Boston Advent Four: Sunday Dec 23, 2018 Luke 1:39–55 She noticed that he moved the paper closer, then further. Closer, then further, trying to find the just right spot. When she looked out from the pulpit, she could no longer see Bart’s eyes looking back at her from the […]