Our Dear Savior’s Birth

Since childhood, I’ve loved ‘The the Night Before Christmas’. I vividly remember sitting with my mother as she slowly recited the words and turned the pages of the book that held a special spot on our family room coffee table each Christmas.  It didn’t matter that I didn’t know what a kerchief was or that […]

Speaking at Washington National Cathedral During DC Pride Weekend (2 Videos)

I had the honor of joining the Washington National Cathedral for the celebration of Holy Eucharist on the fourth Sunday after Pentecost (this past Sunday). It was a very difficult morning with the breaking news of the massacre in our home town. Even so, I hope you are encouraged by the message. The first video […]

Kindness and Trust

Growing up, I lived a couple of houses down from a red headed boy named Bradley. In the picture my memory conjures of him, his face is sprinkled with a handful of freckles and his ear-to-ear smile is missing some of its Chiclet-like teeth. He was older than me, but I was bigger and stronger. […]

My Washington Post OpEd on Gay Marriage

Last week I had the privilege of writing an opinion piece for the The Washington Post in light of the Supreme Court ruling on marriage. Here are the ending paragraphs from the article: My prayers going forward will be for those who fear the results of the decision that was made today. Those who feel like they have lost […]