Fr. Wiley reminds us that we don't have to be helpless and starving in the wilderness, when we are literally surrounded by the living bread from heaven.
Fr. Wiley invites us to take on the way of love, and watch our life start to grow with the transfiguring brightness of God.
Fr. Wiley talks about the work to prepare the vessel in the way of love, so that when the Holy Spirit comes to move through us, we are ready to be filled up and poured out.
Fr. Wiley discusses how to discern the voice of a trustworthy shepherd.
Fr. Wiley calls us to become a people that practice a Jesus-centered life.
Fr. Wiley advises that the most valuable thing we can do is simply believe in the unmerited grace of God.
Fr. Wiley discusses the paradox that our faith in God is complete only when we utterly lose faith in ourselves.
Fr. Wiley shares a powerful story of God's amazing grace.
Fr. Wiley invites us to find strength and confidence in God and in the community of God.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to leave the safety of the shore to explore the depths of God.
Bishop Howard asks: what kind of confidence do you have that the Holy Spirit can make a difference in your life?
Fr. Wiley notes that Ascension Day reminds us that there comes a time when knowledge becomes action and lessons get applied.
The Rev. Teresa Seagle shares that friendship is what Jesus wants with us and Christian love is what He wants us to do.
Fr. Wiley shares a message about what it means to rely entirely on God.
Fr. Wiley considers creation in the care of a Good Shepherd.
Fr. Wiley shares the powerful message of Easter - that God wants to love all of who we are.
Fr. Wiley invites you to begin living the resurrected life and join the stream of all Christian history moving to a single destination: a new heaven and a new earth.
Fr. Wiley invites you to stand outside the empty tomb and watch what God does with death.
Fr. Wiley discusses the irony of how we used the gift of the law that God gave us, to kill him.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to risk being loved, with humility and vulnerability, even when it's not deserved.
Fr. Wiley invites you to put yourself in the story of remembrance and deliverance this week as we journey through Holy Week together.
Fr. Wiley discusses the parallels between the readings in John and Numbers; how when we stray from God, our only rescue is to turn back in faith.
Fr. Wiley points out that in Jesus we have the presence of God - moved; consecrated in human flesh, and in the holiness of our hearts.
Fr. Wiley challenges us with the fact that we don't live our Christian life for our salvation - we live it from our salvation.