Adapted from a sermon given on the Sixth Sunday after Pentecost at All Souls’, Oklahoma City
By Christopher Yoder
They say there are two kinds of people in the world. Robert Frost said there are “some wi... Read More...
The Promise of Sabbath, Solitude, and Stillness in a Restless World
By Kate H. Rademacher
Broadleaf, pp. 213, $16.99
Review by Abigail Woolley Cutter
Kate Rademacher’s Reclaiming Rest i... Read More...
By Mark Michael
You’ve probably seen “your pastor before and after coronavirus” memes on your Facebook feed. Over the course of a year, wrinkles sprout and wild hair proliferates, or cuddly Grogu morphs into a wearied ancient Yoda.
We’re all tired, sadde... Read More...
By Garwood P. Anderson
“Come, Labor On.” Most Episcopalians will know that hymn, #542 in our 1982 Hymnal, to the tune of Ora Labora (Pray Work). It’s not my favorite, probably because I have for so long iden... Read More...
A commonplace among clergy is that seminary hardly prepares the pastor for all the difficulties and trials found in the crucible of parish life, but a good seminary education at least furnishes an ability to identify the hardships as they come.