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These are the Sunday sermons preached at Grace Episcopal Church in San Antonio, TX. The Rev. Jay George, Vicar and church planter of Grace Church, preaches 90% of these sermons. There may occasionally be various Grace Church recordings added to this podcast.
 
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Palm/Passion Sunday Year B 2018 It is difficult for most of us to identify with the horrific story we have just heard read. An innocent man tortured and executed on charges that had been conjured by those who felt threatened by Jesus peaceful existence. Days earlier, as we just re-enacted, the people of Jerusalem were rejoicing at the arrival o ...…
 
"Now let us rise and hymn the grace" (Hymn 781 in Wonder, Love, and Praise) from Westley Hodges. Download this episode (mp3). Songs in the Desert is an audio Lenten devotional exploring Christian hymns. Every weekday in Lent, listen to a reflection from a different contributor on a hymn that they find meaningful. Music in this episode (flute, v ...…
 
Are we spiritual tourists coming to Jesus to find something specific, or are we pilgrims eager to learn from the journey? When we follow Jesus whole heartedly, the journey changes us. This journey of following Jesus, this way of the cross, is really about preparing ourselves so that we can receive what God wants to give us.…
 
Play Video Grace Episcopal Church Sheboygan, Wisconsin The Second Sunday in Lent (B) Genesis 17.1-7 Psalm 22.22-30 Romans 4.13-25 Mark 8.31-38 May the Lord be in my mind, on my lips, and in my heart, that I may rightly and truly proclaim His holy Word. Amen. “Get behind me, Satan!” Wouldn’t that just make your day! You have left your home, your ...…
 
Judgmental Christians are why so many people leave the church feeling drained. When the main focus of our faith is following the rules and making sure we don't make mistakes, we miss the point. Because God isn't simply interested in obedience, he's interested in a relationship with us. Like the Pharisees in Jesus' day, our churches don't need m ...…
 
An angry, vengeful God fits our human standards of justice. But, we have to remember to always read scripture through the lens of Jesus. Jesus flips the script on our human sense of justice. Jesus shows us that God's judgment is anchored in forgiveness, not vengeance, and in love, not anger.
 
A fear of God as scary and vengeful, can leave us feeling exhausted and inadequate. But throughout Scripture, Jesus's life tells us a different story. Jesus reveals that God is a loving father, full of mercy and radical love.
 
The Holy Spirit descended on Jesus following his baptism. The same Spirit filled the disciples inspiring them to share the Good News. The same Spirit fills our community at Grace Church as we continue this work of spreading the Good News so that all people will know they are loved by God and have a seat at our table.…
 
Gifts can be very powerful, especially when given out of love. Jesus is the ultimate gift revealing how far God is willing to go to show us what true love looks like. It's a gift we shouldn't take for granted.
 
It's here in church that we learn and experience the great love of Jesus. Out of that love we create a place we want to come home to week after week. And these walls should not, cannot contain us. At church, God's love energizes and invigorates us so that we can go out into the world and spread love. Having been to church, we can then be the ch ...…
 
In our world today, it's so easy to separate ourselves from people who look differently, think differently, and act differently than ourselves. This often leads to an "us versus them" mentality, and we dehumanize others before we even get to know them. But, Jesus calls us to live differently. He calls us to love, respect and value all people de ...…
 
Being part of a church family gives us a place to be loved, to belong and to be transformed. It reminds us that God can redeem even the darkest and scariest parts of our world. And the church encourages us to live with courageous love and the hope of resurrection.
 
The struggle of maintaining our worldly success can often feel like failure. That's because the world's image of success is spiritually bankrupt. When we live seeking the world's approval we are always striving for more, but when we live seeking God's approval we are covered with grace upon grace.
 
We have the ability to "flip the script." To respond to anger with kindness, to hate with love. These responses and attitudes often do not make us successful in the world's eyes. Yet, these are desirable traits in the eyes of God. This way of being is the way to success, to fulfillment and the life that God intends for us.…
 
"Taking what has been used as a sword, and turning it into a ploughshare" A special episode. Because this postal survey on marriage equality is taking a toll on so many. This is Emmy Kegler's talk and Q&A from the Jesus 12 24 online conference hosted earlier in the year. If I sound weird its because I'd been awake for about 23 hours. See more a ...…
 
Stories of Grace is our series where members of Grace Church share how God's grace is moving in their life. Sharing our stories and naming our blessings are important parts of the Sacramental Life. Today we hear from Josephine Dru.
 
The Sacrament of Unction, or healing prayer, testifies to the healing presence of God. We literally acknowledge that we are in God's hands, and that no matter what happens, God will be here loving us through it all.
 
The sacrament of reconciliation gives us an opportunity to reflect and reconnect with God's love. This sacrament is concerned with our relational health - with ourselves, with God and with others.
 
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