Monthly Archives: December 2012

Circumcision & Name of Jesus sermon

Due to snow, our New Year’s Eve service was cancelled. This is the sermon that I would have preached. Read St. Luke 2:21 In the Name of Jesus! AMEN! The other day I was reading an article online about passwords.  … Continue reading

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January 2013 newsletter

Peace Lutheran Church     Natoma, Kansas January, 2013 As many of you know, starting January 1st, I will be covering the vacancy at First Lutheran, Plainville.  After many years of faithful service to the Church, Pastor McDermott has decided to retire.  … Continue reading

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Movie Review: Lincoln

This review is and is not about the movie Lincoln, which is very good, and I would recommend for your viewing pleasure. The movie Lincoln causes one to look at the politics of war and ones place in history in … Continue reading

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Christmas letter to congregation

Peace Lutheran Church   Natoma, Kansas Christmas, 2012 But Mary treasured up all these things, pondering them in her heart – St. Luke 2:19 I am hardly an expert, but I am going to venture a guess that following the birth … Continue reading

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Still here

So the world ended and we’re all still here.  How do you like that? As ‘end of the world’ predictions go, this one had few followers.  In fact, back in January 2012 when this was all discovered, or at least … Continue reading

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Living off the small things

Read 1 Kings 19:1-8 Elijah leads perhaps one of the most difficult lives of a prophet.  He is persecuted, must stand up before King Ahab by himself most of the time, and to top it all off, he must live … Continue reading

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The Pastor’s Corner

This is my article that was published today in the Natoma-Luray Independent section of the Russell County News. Waiting is the hardest part God answers our prayer in one of three ways: yes, no and wait. The first two are … Continue reading

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