"In the parable of the Good Samaritan Jesus tells us a story that is ultimately about Himself - an unexpected, misunderstood, and often unrecognized messiah."
"Out triune God really has given us the possibility of His Kingdom experienced here and now. Not just in salvation by the Cross of Jesus, or liberation from our slavery to sin by the will of the Father, but also in the reality of personal transformation by the work of the Holy Spirit within us – enabling us to walk by the spirit without gratifying the desires of the flesh."
"The collision of two worlds - the unveiling of the Kingdom that came in full force at Pentecost - is more than our own personal intimacy with the great counselor. Remember, it's when the fire jumped from the hearth and began burning throughout the entire house. God is pouring out His spirit on all flesh and has come for the whole world and he has chosen His people, you and I, to be His messengers.""
Sermon When Two Worlds Collide by the Rev'd William Krizner | June 9, 2019 - The Day of Pentecost, 11:15am Service
"You will need to constantly remind yourself that while you are not the Good Shepherd, you do represent Him...The important thing is that the people among whom you minister will see Christ working in you."
Sermon The Good Shepherd by the Rev'd Canon Dr. Michael Petty | June 2, 2019 - The Ordination of Daniel Behrens
"The Ascension of Christ to glory completes the Resurrection and allows our Lord to send the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, to pray for us as our High Priest, to be the Head of the Church, his Body, to speak to us through the Holy Scriptures, and to be present with us in the Holy Eucharist."
Sermon His Ascension and Ours by the Rev'd Canon Dr. Sudduth Cummings | June 2, 2019 - The Sunday after the Ascension