Monthly Archives: May 2011

Memorial Day Message

This message was delivered as part of the Natoma/Paradise Memorial Day Festivities. In the Name of Jesus! AMEN! Throughout the Old Testament, the Lord is constantly commanding His people to ‘tell the next generation.’ ‘Tell the next generation how the … Continue reading

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June 2011 Church Newsletter

Peace Lutheran Church  Natoma, Kansas June, 2011 The Lord will rescue me from every evil deed and bring me safely into His heavenly kingdom. To Him be the glory forever and ever. Amen.  2 Timothy 4:18 That is the theme … Continue reading

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The Deeper Problem in Society

Several years ago, the sitcom Dinosaurs detailed about how the father, Earl, was prepared to throw his mother-in-law off of a cliff in a ritual called ‘hurling day.’  Those dinosaur that were too old, and years ago would have slowed … Continue reading

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Planning ahead?

What is the purpose of insurance?  The knee-jerk answer is that insurance is there to help you when you are in trouble, to lessen the financial burden when you have need of it. But really, while all of this is … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the end of the world

Just about every night, I watch Special Report with Brett Baier, and every Friday they have a lightening round of topics requiring quick answers to the questions which are normally political in nature, but sometimes touch on sports and other … Continue reading

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Who’s missing?

The big news, and punch line, this week is that Harold Camping has proclaimed that the rapture will occur on Saturday, May 21, 2011.  He offers a series of mathematical equations which leads him to make this bold declaration. The … Continue reading

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Not Running

On The Journal Editorial Report, Wall Street Journal deputy editor Dan Henninger likened American presidential politics, particularly the lead up to a presidential election, as crack for political junkies.  And indeed, there is no more interesting politics on television and … Continue reading

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