From the Preacherman April 28, 2020

I am, by nature, an optimist. My glass always refills to half full. I look for the potential positive aspects of every downturn, the silver lining in every cloud, the good that comes even from defeat. (I am a Georgia football fan: my optimism is hard won.) I am wired...

From the Preacherman – April 14, 2020

Easter begins without notice. People come to a cemetery expecting to pay their last respects and are confronted by an empty tomb, odd messengers, unexpected experiences and an astounding possibility-life triumphing over death. The early church and Christians of every...

From the Preacherman…

I sit in the sanctuary of our church as I write this. It is quiet and still here, room for God to speak and be heard. I come in here often, just to listen and be still. Sometimes I hear your voices and see your faces and I remember when we were all together, and look...

From the Preacherman …

This week, as quarantine grows more confining and news stories more frightening, I am reminded of an overlooked story from Holy Week. While Jesus is sitting at a table for dinner, a woman breaks open an expensive alabaster jar of ointment and anoints Jesus’ head. Many...