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We seek to rightly divide the word of truth between Law and Gospel, so that the people in the city of New York and beyond might know and confess where they end and God begins. We proclaim the historic faith of Christ and Him crucified. "When I came to you, brothers and sisters, I did not come proclaiming the mystery of God to you in lofty words or wisdom. For I decided to know nothing among you except Jesus Christ, and him crucified." - 1 Corinthians, 2 Calvary/St. George’s is a community of ...
 
Sermons at St. George's offers preaching from the pulpit of a Texas Episcopal Church that strives to be inclusive and welcoming of all who come to us, progressive and scripturally based. These sermons relate scripture to spiritual, ethical, personal and social issues that are of immediate usefulness in the lives of our listeners.
 
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John 2:11 states, “Jesus did this, the first of his signs, in Cana of Galilee, and revealed his glory.” In John’s gospel there are a series of signs that reveal the identity of Jesus. Why was the first sign of Jesus the fixing of a catering disaster—providing more wine for a wedding? In this sermon, Fr. Colin explores how the promises of the Old Te…
 
John the Baptist tells us that Jesus's mission has two parts:1. Take away the sin of the world.2. Baptize with Holy Spirit and fire.Much is said of sin and forgiveness, but little of the baptism of the Holy Spirit and fire. The Holy Spirit is the most important aspect of Christianity aside of Christ. It is the gift of Christ to the Church. He comes…
 
Where the Gospel is heard and believed it makes us new people, wise men and women, in the way of faith. And beginning down this aisle Christ has given each and everyone of us a new road to walk, a new way of seeing yourself, a new way of thinking.על ידי The Rev. Jacob Smith
 
Christmas is about receiving a gift. Jesus does not just come to us, he is given to us. "For God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." (John 3:15)Sermon from Colin Ambrose on 12/24/21.על ידי St. George's Nashville
 
Today we celebrate God as a gift giver, and his gift is not based on your goodness and loving kindness but his goodness and loving kindness, it is based on his grace, for if it was based on us and our worthiness, we’d all be on the naughty list and gift-less.על ידי The Rev. Ben DeHart
 
We know that God can do everything and anything he would like to do. He is in control. However, tonight, and the entire Bible for that matter, testifies and confesses not to what God can do, rather tonight testifies and as Christians we celebrate what God wills to do.על ידי The Rev. Jacob Smith
 
In our individualist, perfectionist society in which all of the messaging we get tell us to just pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and pull ourselves together - John's words come at us as a directive, rather than as the judgement that paves the way for grace.על ידי Chloe Sinclair Edmundson
 
We were built to follow a king. This is why we are constantly giving ourselves to charismatic figures such as politicians and media stars. We have a need to follow and adore someone. On Christ the King Sunday we ask ourselves, "What king do I follow? Who is my ultimate lord?"Sermon from 11/21/21.על ידי St. George's Nashville
 
Stoicism is not good news. From the beginning, Christians have maintained that an acceptance of Death would be tantamount to an acceptance of injustice. And if there’s anything we’ve learned from the social movements of the past year, it’s that making peace with Death is akin to making peace with oppression. It’d be like making peace with the Nazi …
 
Evangelism: Being Available for God to Use You"A part of the challenge of cross-cultural evangelism is that the goal is not to make others Christians like you. If God really loves the whole world, he really loves the people of other cultures and they things they deeply value. In every single culture, there are things we can find that we can point t…
 
The Rt. Rev. Gregory O. Brewer, bishop of the Diocese of Central Florida, will be our preacher Sunday the 8:45am and 11:00am services, and he will teach "Evangelism: Being available for God to use you" in Johnson Hall at 10:05am.Before being called as bishop, he served at parishes in New York, Pennsylvania, and Florida. Bishop Brewer was assistant …
 
In this 2nd class of "The Greatest Hits: Key Events in the Life of Jesus" Rev. Ben takes a look at Jesus' Baptism, and why he had to be baptized in the first place. Rather than being strictly scholarly, this forum is designed to be edifying and devotional, so that you resonate with Jesus' great hits here and now.…
 
BONUS Episode: Dr. L. Gregory Jones teaching from our Sunday school forum on 9/26/21.Dr. Jones serves as President of Belmont University, after previously serving as dean of Duke Divinity School, and, before that, in various roles at Duke University and Baylor University. In addition to his work in the academic world, Dr. Jones has written or edite…
 
Dr. L. Gregory Jones serves as President of Belmont University, after previously serving as dean of Duke Divinity School, and, before that, in various roles at Duke University and Baylor University. In addition to his work in the academic world, Dr. Jones has written or edited numerous books.Sermon from 9/26/21.…
 
The Rev. Canon Dr. John Ashley Null is widely considered to be the pre-eminent scholar on Thomas Cranmer, the author of our Book of Common Prayer. He teaches all over the world and has also served as Olympic chaplain to the athletes. Sermon from 9/26/21על ידי St. George's Nashville
 
In this sermon Rev. Ben DeHart discusses “right-handed” and “left-handed” power. Right handed power is the way of the world: flexing your muscle; exerting your authority through the use of force or dominance. Left-handed power is the way of self-giving; the way of grace and love. Rev. Ben makes the case that’s God’s power is chiefly left-handed pow…
 
In this addition to our sermon podcast, enjoy a 5 week class entitled "The Greatest Hits: Key Events in the Life of Jesus." Rather than being strictly scholarly, this forum is designed to be edifying and devotional, so that you resonate with Jesus' great hits here and now.על ידי The Rev. Ben DeHart
 
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