2 January 2022
We often use the phrase "have an epiphany" to describe a new insight in our lives. What is the importance of an epiphany, and how does it relate to the Wise Men? The Rev. Galloway teaches how the Wise Men demonstrated what true wisdom looks like.
19 December 2021
Saint Thomas often gets a bad rap as "Doubting Thomas". Are we really any better than Thomas ourselves? Listen as the Rector examines Saint Thomas in Luke's narrative and what we can learn from his life and ministry.
12 December 2021
John the Baptist plays a critical role in the history of Salvation, and yet he receives next to no attention by many churches. Listen as the Rev. Galloway explores the person and work of John the Baptist as revealed in Scripture and Church Tradition.
5 December 2021
The Te Deum is a beautiful, ancient prayer. Yet, it does not get the same attention or use by the Church as the Creeds. Listen as the Rev. Galloway unpacks the deep theology behind the words of this prayer.
21 November 2021
As the King of Kings, Christ is sovereign. What does the word "sovereign" actually mean? Listen as the Rev. Galloway teaches on the meaning of the word and how it demonstrates Christ's ultimate authority.
14 November 2021
Part 2 of our 2021 stewardship teaching series. Listen as the Rev. Galloway describes in-depth what a life of stewardship really looks like.
7 November 2021
In this first part of our 2021 stewardship teachings, the Rector explains the importance of our giving all we have to God: our time, talent, and treasure. Is tithing really not enough?
24 October 2021
Saint Paul reminds us, "Faith, hope, and charity abide, these three; but the greatest of these is charity" (1 Corinthians 13:13). What do each of these three words mean, and why is charity (love) the greatest? Listen as the Rector answers these questions and explains why "charity" is a much deeper translation of this passage.
17 October 2021
The prophet Isaiah gives us the image of the Suffering Servant, a foreshadowing of Jesus Christ. In the image of the Suffering Servant, we receive not only a depiction of Christ, but also a depiction of His example which we are called to follow.