Frederick Buechner

Learning you are not alone

Life belongs to the God of Abraham, of Isaac, and now Jacob.


Peter wouldn’t be the first one to want to preserve a mountain top experience.

Greetings to the Corinthians

He’s trying to give them back their foundational identity.

The Word of the Lord?

To what does he want the disciples—and us—to attend?

Nourishing food for thoughtNourishing food for thought

Nourishing food for thought

Insights from Richard Foster, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, C.S. Lewis, and Frederick Buechner

Sermon for Good FridaySermon for Good Friday

Sermon for Good Friday

On the figure of Pontius Pilate, and why we should pay attention

“Because He first loved us”“Because He first loved us”

“Because He first loved us”

A meditation on the image of the Suffering Servant from Isaiah 53:10-12

We are bold to pray…We are bold to pray…

We are bold to pray…

Words from Frederick Buechner, on the great prayer of Jesus

A word from the trenchesA word from the trenches

A word from the trenches

Colleen Peters reflects on Advent expectation and the challenge of pain