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Mondays @ 9 a.m. Galatians is an urgent and passionate book filled with sharp comparisons—flesh and spirit, works and faith, law and gospel, slavery and freedom. And there is good reason for that, for our freedom is precisely what is at stake in this letter.
Where shall wisdom be found? How can we navigate life amidst crises? What guidance has God given us? Explore questions like these as we study three books of wisdom in the Bible—Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, and Job.
Fr. Paul leads a seminar for a live audience on how to hear the voice of God. A four session topical study from 2017.
Join Fr. Bryan and Fr. Jonathan for a 7-week podcast journey through two classic books by C.S. Lewis.
Praying with the Saints
Father Paul leads evening prayer and tells the story of a woman who became mother to thousands of abandoned children in India: Amy Carmichael.
Sermons on Podcast
Psalm 63. What does it mean to desire God? Fr. Jonathan examines the nature of longing and how, even when we achieve our dreams, we desire more. In the Biblical image of the wilderness, we see how weariness can bring us to our greatest longing, God, who alone can offer sanctuary.
Galatians is a book that reflects a moment of crisis. Paul’s passion and urgency as he writes the letter is unmistakable, and there is good reason for that. For what is at stake is the Gospel itself.