Fr. Wiley declares that we have been forgiven and the sentence has been carried out; there is nothing the adversary can do to those in Christ Jesus.
Fr. Wiley discusses the fullness of life available through belief in Jesus Christ.
Fr. Wiley describes the clear path to God that Jesus has opened up for us.
Fr. Wiley invites us to share in the experience every Sunday as Jesus is made known to us in the breaking of the bread.
Bishop Henderson comments on our doubts as we live into something inconceivable.
Fr. Wiley shares that not even our overwhelming disobedience can diminish His overwhelming love.
Fr. Wiley comments on the new covenant and what tonight means.
Fr. Wiley comments on the day we gather to worship the God we killed.
Fr. Wiley discusses learning to trust one another enough to serve and be served.
Fr. Wiley invites us to the full experience of Holy Week.
Fr. Wiley shares how God is moving in the Diocese and at Redeemer.
Lisa shares the story of Jesus at the well, where we learn about the water we never knew we were missing.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that joy and peace come from a covenant faith in God.
Fr. Wiley asks us to look within and see where we are grasping something other than God.
Fr. Wiley cautions against empty observances of faith and self-serving disciplines.
Fr. Wiley invites you to become part of the stories of hope and conversion at Redeemer as God shines through you.
Fr. Wiley offers hope for the masterpiece we are helping to build, though it isn't ours and we may never see what it becomes.
Fr. Wiley discusses the difference between epiphany and faith.
Fr. Wiley discloses that the big secret is Jesus.
Fr. Wiley points to the truth in front of us, the message of the cross, the wisdom of God.
Fr. Wiley cautions that we dilute the power of the Gospel when we divide over the details.
Fr. Wiley addresses the congregation during the annual parish meeting.
Fr. Wiley discusses God's gift of grace and our willingness to love.
Fr. Wiley discusses the baptism of Jesus Christ.