Monthly Archives: November 2012

A joke for the day.

A little humor to brighten your day. LCMS Pastor resigns to read LCMS Pastor Joe Bookman resigned his call of 7 years today to read.  Bookman had served as pastor of Patience and Fortitude Lutheran Church in Narnia, Kansas since … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Wreck it Ralph

Wreck it Ralph is an awesome movie, and it is also a very creative movie.  It appeals back to one’s childhood with some characters that adults will recognize, and it has some characters that are very similar to those of … Continue reading

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Why the State should thank the Church

You hear it after every election, particularly one as close and divided as this past election was.  You hear that if this were any other country, there would be tanks in the streets trying to maintain order as people rioted … Continue reading

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December church newsletter

Peace Lutheran Church   Natoma, Kansas December, 2012 Who is Jesus?  What does He do? Have you ever been asked those questions?  How did you answer them? To describe who Jesus is and what He does is at the same time … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Sermon

This is the sermon I preached for Thanksgiving Eve. Read Psalm 65 In the Name of Jesus! AMEN! Thanksgiving is not your typical Church holiday.  While there is no shortage of places in Scripture where people can be found giving … Continue reading

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Ceding the Christmas Wars (kind of)

Tis the season to start decorating for Christmas.  Yes, an early Thanksgiving means an early start to decorating the communities in which so many of us dwell. The community that I particularly dwell in has had its decorations up since … Continue reading

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Reflections on Esther 4:14

Recently, I have been kind of bummed out about the election.  Neither candidate was all that great, so when one of them won, it just made matters worse. The reality is that these are difficult days for the Church on … Continue reading

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