Monthly Archives: October 2013

November 2013 newsletter

Peace Lutheran Church   Natoma, Kansas November, 2013 Where is your copy of Martin Luther’s Small Catechism right now? Is it tucked away in a box, along with some other childhood memories?  Is it collecting dust as it sits on a … Continue reading

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Killing Jesus – Part 2

As noted earlier, I am making my way through Bill O’Reilly’s Killing Jesus.  Last night, I finished Part I, and so I thought this would be a sensible place to give a review thus far. The book is actually divided … Continue reading

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Ruth 1:11-13

This is my article that was published today in The Natoma-Luray Independent section of The Russell County News and that will be published tomorrow in The Plainville Times. Ruth 1:11-13 Ruth 1 is a fascinating chapter; particularly verses 11-13.  The … Continue reading

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Practice makes it normal

There is a scene in Survive and Advance in which Jimmy Valvano is discussing the first day of basketball practice, in which he and the team practice cutting down the nets, as if they had just won the NCAA National … Continue reading

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Daily Devotions and the Preaching Office

Here is my paper Daily Devotions and the Preaching Office that I presented at the Kansas District Professional Church Worker’s Conference.  The theme for the conference was Teaching the Faith. An overview of the paper is that today, there is … Continue reading

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Killing Jesus Part I

Monday, I purchased Bill O’Reilly’s new book: Killing Jesus.  I have not read the book yet, so starting with this one, I will have at least one more, if not several more posts reviewing the book; but for today, this … Continue reading

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The Allure of the Law

We are doing a Bible Study on Leviticus and it is really interesting; there is literally a sacrifice for every possible scenario.  And the detail with which each sacrifice is described, and the circumstances that each one takes into account … Continue reading

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