10 episodes

Each week, we share reflections based on biblical scripture meant to nurture your spiritual life. The homilies and talks are from weekly and holiday services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Cary, North Carolina.

St. Paul's Cary Brandon Jernigan

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Each week, we share reflections based on biblical scripture meant to nurture your spiritual life. The homilies and talks are from weekly and holiday services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Cary, North Carolina.

    Cultivating Good Soil

    Cultivating Good Soil

    Zack Rugen discusses the Parable of the Sower (Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23) and the ongoing challenge of cultivating good soil in our community.

    Take My Yoke

    Take My Yoke

    The Rev. Javier Almendárez-Bautista reflects on how Jesus's teaching draws us out of isolation and into community in a noisy, easily distracted world where authentic connection takes effort (Matthew 11:16-19, 25-30).

    New Stories in the Journey

    New Stories in the Journey

    The Rev. George Adamik considers the shocking story of Abraham and Isaac (Genesis 22:1-14) and the unexpected ways it speaks to our own difficult times.

    Grounded in the Lord

    Grounded in the Lord

    Zack Rugen (Duke Divinity School) preaches on what it means to put God first, especially in a time of suffering, conflict, and change (Matthew 10:24-39).

    To the Margins

    To the Margins

    The Rev. George Adamik reflects on Matthew 9:35-10:23: "When Jesus invites his followers to come to the margins, people are healed, but something else happens... We don't go to the margins of our society to make a difference; we go to the margins of our society so that we are made different."

    Trinity Sunday (2020)

    Trinity Sunday (2020)

    On Trinity Sunday, the Rev. Candy Snively considers the hopeful message of unity in diversity, especially in a time of doubt, fear, and anxiety (Matthew 28:16-20).

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Ms.McDee ,

Really helpful resource

Sometimes I can’t hear the homily in church or I have heard it but not truly -heard- it and it helps to listen to the message again. This church is very open and the homily is usually very applicable to my life. I actually listened to a few podcasts before joining in person for a taste of what to expect.

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