Listen to Father Brad Toebben’s sermon from Sunday, March 11th, the fourth Sunday in Lent. March 11th Sermon
A reading of the Gospel (Mathhew 1:21) by Deacon Sheila Scott precedes a homily by Father Brad Toebben in which he shares deeply and invites worshipers into a deep experience of the Spirit.
Fr. Brad takes on one of the Gospel of Mark’s favourite word: Immediately.
The end is the beginning. Merry Christmas, Everybody! And have the very happiest of new Years!
It was the night before Christmas. Fr. Brad tells you about his homeless friend. Merry Christmas!!
Kids don’t need to be preached at. Suffer them even for a few moments, and they will teach you all you need to know about them. Fr. Brad sits down with the kids of St. Paul’s and shares in too fleeting moments of Christmas Eve in Milwaukee.
Fr. Brad invites you to dust off that old Lena Horn 33 sitting on the shelf and take a breath. Joy to the world…soon, very soon.
Hello Beloved, Spend a little time with The Beginning of the Good News. The first Gospel, Mark, takes us from a very low place and lifts us up on high. So, lets start out in the wilderness — together. And — together — let’s work our way through to the Kingdom of God. Take Care.…
Fr. Brad starts to get St. Paul’s Episcopal into the spirit of Advent before we all get ahead of ourselves.
I would give it all away. Fr. Brad isn’t ready to give up on the Kingly image of Christ. Spend a few minutes with us to see if this point lands. Take Care, Everybody. Create a good week.