This powerful metaphor challenges us to consider the long-term effects of our thoughts, words and deeds. It has important political implications–especially in South Africa. Currently, we are reaping the harvest of decades of mismanagement, corruption and state capture. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
The Trinity, God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, is the agency of our growth: moving from being unrefined to refined, from egotism to altruism, from hate, to love, from war to peace, from despair to hope. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
Much of our phobias and -isms, like xenophobia, chauvinism, homophobia, elitism, anthropophobia, and racism, are based upon cultural illiteracy and ignorance. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
In this Lenten season of war in the Ukraine, what we do with the first fruits of our personal harvests may lead to positive outcomes. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
A prophet is not someone who predicts the future; it is a person speaking truth to power. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.
We tend to judge the past from the present. It is called “presentism” and not a valid way to engage the past. Acceptable codes of conduct are relevant to their times. We need to walk with the light we have, and not get stuck in…
Small things done with great love can change the world. Listen to the sermon on YouTube.