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Finding Freedom – David Browder

Sermon for the 16th Sunday after Trinity, September 11th, 2016. David Browder is the Rector of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas.Sermon for the 16th Sunday after Trinity, September 11th, 2016. David Browder is the Rector of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church in Houston, Texas. https://media.blubrry.com/stec/p/stthomashouston.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/David-Browder-trinity-16-1030.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple…

Fear and Vegetables — David Browder

Sermon for the Eighth Sunday after Trinity, August 10, 2014, by the Rev’d David Browder. David Browder is the Rector of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church and School in Houston, Texas. Text: Romans 8:12 (ESV) So then, brothers, we are debtors, not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh. For if you live according…

Freed…By Captivity — David Browder

Sermon for the Seventh Sunday after Trinity, August 3, 2014, by the Rev’d David Browder. David Browder is the Rector of St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church and School in Houston, Texas. Text: Romans 6:19 (ESV) I am speaking in human terms, because of your natural limitations. For just as you once presented your members as slaves to…

Your Day of Freedom — David Browder

Sermon for Easter Day, April 20, 2014, by the Rev’d David Browder Text: Colossians 3:1. IF ye then be risen with Christ, seek those things which are above, where Christ sitteth on the right hand of God. Set your affection on things above, not on things on the earth. For ye are dead, and your life…

The Magna Carta of Christian Freedom: Adult Class on Galatians

On April 27, David Browder will begin a 6-part study of St. Paul’s Epistle to the Galatians. Some call this letter the “Magna Carta of Christian Freedom”.  Martin Luther said of Galatians: “This is my epistle.  I am wedded to it.” How could a little six-chapter letter have such a profound impact… not only upon…

Galatians: Bible Study for Teens Begins Sunday, 1/5

Many years ago a young monk struggled with a terrible problem. Having been a law student before his conversion to Christianity, he was deeply aware of his own guiltiness before God and of his utter inability either to undo the sins he had already committed, or to make himself behave as he knew he ought…