Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Pastor’s Corner

This is my article that was published today in The Natoma-Luray Independent section of the Russell County News and tomorrow in The Plainville Times. ‘Living the sermon’ Recently, I saw the movie ‘42’ which details Jackie Robinson breaking the Major … Continue reading

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2013 Memorial Day Message

This is the message I delivered as part of Memorial Day services at cemeteries in Natoma and Paradise. Service to country can take many different forms.  One can serve the county simply by being a good citizen; one can serve … Continue reading

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June 2013 newsletter

Peace Lutheran Church   Natoma, Kansas June, 2013 Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever – Hebrews 13:8 That is our theme verse for our Vacation Bible School this year under the heading: SonWest Roundup: A Rip Roaring … Continue reading

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Pentecost Tuesday

Here is a video devotion for today.

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Thoughts on storms

The events in Moore, Oklahoma are truly devastating; it is literally heartbreaking to hear the reports of terror experienced by so many.  Many people are still missing, and the death toll will be staggering. And yet there will not be … Continue reading

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Pentecost Monday

Here is a video devotion for today.

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Reflections on Ten Years

May 17, 2003, on what turned out to be a fairly nice day, I graduated from Concordia College, Bronxville, New York with a Bachelor of Arts in Judeo-Christian Heritage, with a Minor in Pre-Seminary Studies. That was not the plan … Continue reading

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