BLESSED IS HE WHO COMETH IN THE NAME OF THE LORD!
Earlier this week I uploaded to Podcast Homilies page a new homily for Palm Sunday. 607 more words
This book calls the attention of the reader to the deceptive nature of temptation, which, coupled with man’s vulnerability to sin, leaves the tempted helpless unless he or she is equipped to resist the temptation. 136 more words
I have written this book to facilitate readers to understand the fallen status of humanity and the risks associated with that status. In the same spirit, readers are counseled to take advantage of the person and mission of Jesus Christ, “the mediator between God and human beings”(1 Timothy 2:5). 120 more words
This is a new ebook. The leading aim of my writing which is also part of my vocation is to attempt to partner with people regarding their lives with a view to helping them balance the sacred with the secular and be able to attain the best lifestyle that can produce success in life for them. 133 more words
In much of the incendiary debate (a generous term, frankly) surrounding matters of human sexuality in the church, one is often led to believe that there is now and has always been a single view with which all faithful souls must immediately and consistently adhere. 528 more words
I continue to produce Podcast Homilies tied to the Epistle and Gospel readings in the 1928 Book of Common Prayer. The Homily for Fifth Sunday in Lent (Passion Sunday) was uploaded on Thursday morning. 431 more words