Blessed to Bless

Fr. Tim Sean Youmans, Assistant Chaplain at Casady School and Associate Priest at St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral, OKC. www.BlessedtoBless.us

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A sermon given at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in Oklahoma City on July 16, 2017.  Matthew 13:1-9,18-23. Jesus' disciples ask him, "Why do you teach using parables?" Maybe another way of asking tha...
July 19, 2017
Sermon given at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral on May 28, 2017.  Acts 1:6-14. There is an understanding in Christian thought that when we are fully in God's presence we will be fully changed. It begs...
July 19, 2017
Sermon given at St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in OKC on the second Sunday of Easter, April 23 2017. Thomas' doubt has been characterized as a flaw of temperment, and Jesus does seem to chastise him. ...
April 24, 2017
Easter Sermon given from Church of the Resurrection in OKC.  Is Heaven real? No matter the experiences reported and the conjectures made, there may still be a part of you that wonders at the reality ...
April 16, 2017
(Sermon begins at the 38 sec mark). Good Friday Sermon from St. Paul's Episcopal Cathedral in OKC. You can learn about ideas, but experiential knoweldge is more elusive, a grace given by God. Perhaps ...
April 15, 2017
Manipultion is a skill set, and if you are being particularly optimistic about human nature, could be a starting place for benevolent leadership. If we are to be leaders who have the mind of Christ, h...
January 22, 2017
Conservative Jewish tradition holds that G-d remains nameless, and is reffered to as "the Name" or "that which name may not be uttered." So God interacts, but does so intermittently, what John Dominic...
January 1, 2017
Carl Jung called them compensatory dreams, dreams that seem to be doing work we are unwilling to do. Does God do 'dreamwork" with you? Do you look for signs? Perhaps it is in our weariness that we bec...
December 31, 2016