Truth with a Capital T

“His words are not fake news, his words are good news, and therefore they are truth.” The Rev. Phillip Jackson, Trinity’s Priest-in-charge, preaches on what he calls one of the most profound texts in the gospels. His sermon covers the strange story of those Greeks who show up asking to see Jesus, and Jesus’ reference to the death of a grain of wheat while posing the question: Should we think of Lent as a time to let something die so real fruit can be born? Watch the sermon. The scriptures are Jeremiah 31: 31-34, Psalm 51: 1-13, Hebrews 5: 5-10, and John 12: 20-33.