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 discusses God's gift of grace and our willingness to love.
Fr. Wiley discusses the baptism of Jesus Christ.
Fr. Wiley discusses what coming down to be one of us meant to God.
Fr. Wiley discusses the awesome gift of The Word becoming flesh to be among us.
Fr. Wiley invites us to come and see what Love has done.
Fr. Wiley encourages us to give our life to Jesus and watch as he gives life to us.
Fr. Wiley advises that the time is now to share the gift of the Gospel.
Fr. Wiley asks us to prepare our hearts and make ourselves ready, for the Son of Man is coming at an unexpected hour.
Fr. Wiley invites us into a life where we serve a King, who first served us.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that the label that matters is "child of God".
Fr. Wiley discusses how feeding our higher nature is the work of a lifetime.
Fr. Wiley invites us to walk in the freedom of Christ and move this world closer to the world God intends.
Fr. Wiley asks if we practice faith for our own ego?
Fr. Wiley asks if we have the courage to allow God to keep His promise.
Fr. Wiley pauses in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew to say Thank You Lord.
Fr. Wiley asks us to look and see what's truly valuable in this life.
Fr. Wiley discusses where true value lies - love of God and love of neighbor - versus allowing the things we own, to own us.