Monthly Archives: September 2014

October 2014 newsletter

First Lutheran Church  Plainville, Kansas Peace Lutheran Church  Natoma, Kansas October, 2014 Hardly a day goes by when I do not think either to myself, or with someone else about the many struggles that the Church faces, both locally and … Continue reading

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The Word of Life

Philippians 2:1-4, 14-18 – Pentecost 16 You may perhaps remember that about a year or two ago, there were a couple of well publicized filibuster attempts in the U.S. Senate. Both of the more infamous attempts lasted several hours, and … Continue reading

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Not my will, but Thine.

Philippians 1:12-14, 19-30 – Pentecost 15 Do you want to go to heaven? Silly question right? Of course you want to go to heaven and be in the presence of Jesus. Of course you want to go to heaven and … Continue reading

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Expecting a Royal Baby

There was much joy this last week as Prince William and his wife Catherine announced the exciting news that they are expecting. With this news came all of the expected guessing of whether it will be a boy or a … Continue reading

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Are you really sorry?

This year Fox Sports 1 is running a series of commercials that show a guy sitting on the couch watching football, and we are shown that he does not move for an extended period of time; he does not shower … Continue reading

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Forgive your brothers

Genesis 50:15-21     Pentecost 14 There are two completely shocking moments in the entire Joseph narrative. The first is in Genesis 37, when after throwing Joseph into the pit, his brothers sit down and have lunch. That is the absolute epitome … Continue reading

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Let us pray…

No doubt more than a few people have asked you the question ‘Where were you on September 11th?’ As someone who grew up in New York City, as someone who was in the vicinity of the City on September 11, … Continue reading

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