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Learning from Mother Teresa
Learning from Mother Teresa

A homily given at Nashotah on September 6, 2011 My true confession:  It is not unusual to hear a biographical sketch of an obscure saint in the morning at Nashotah House, which, however interesting, leaves us still trying to remember his or her name by the afternoon.  Not so with Mother Teresa, who is probably […]

The Son of Man Came Not to Be Served
The Son of Man Came Not to Be Served

It was my privilege to preach at Nashotah House last night on the Feast of St. James.   Somehow I managed only a bare mention James of Zebedee, but focused rather on the rightly famous (and controverted) “ransom saying” of Matthew 20:28 “The Son of Man came not to be served but to serve and to give […]

John R. W. Stott, Requiescat in Pace
John R. W. Stott, Requiescat in Pace

You may have already heard that the Rev. John R. W. Stott died today at the age of 90. Stott was the long-time Rector of All Souls Langham Place in London, the author of dozens of influential books, and the architect of a thoughtful and balanced evangelicalism resolutely committed to world mission. He was also […]

A Sermon for Maundy Thursday

Why did Jesus ask the Father for the cup to be taken from him? A sermon from the Nashotah House Maundy Thursday service: Maundy Thursday 2011