Monthly Archives: July 2014

August newsletter

First Lutheran Church  Plainville, Kansas Peace Lutheran Church  Natoma, Kansas August, 2014 You know the feeling; you are sitting in a hot gymnasium, watching an older brother or sister graduate, and you think to yourself: one day, that will be … Continue reading

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Life is like a wheat field

Pentecost 6 – St. Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43 Life is like a wheat field. No, that is not a reprise of the infamous Forrest Gump line, it is a reality; not just for the farmer, but for the Christian as well. In … Continue reading

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The moon is made for greatness

On July 20, 1969, greatness was forever defined when Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins walked on the moon. Others may write books, or hit homeruns, or find cures to diseases, but on that day, a new bar was … Continue reading

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Ok to be Single?

Why is the issue of being single, and the number of single people, so much greater today, then 50 years ago? That was the question that I posted on the Issues, Etc comment section for an interview with Adrianne Heins … Continue reading

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Frozen and the Liturgy

Hardly a day goes by when I do not see a video posted on the internet by a friend of their young child singing the theme song from the movie Frozen. That song is the particular flavor of the month … Continue reading

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