Monthly Archives: March 2015

Brackets of the cross

How does your NCAA bracket look? If it is anything like mine, it probably has a lot of x’s on it.  I watched quite a bit of college basketball this year, and yet, I underestimated the abilities of some teams.  … Continue reading

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A priest forever

Lent 5 – Hebrews 5:1-10 There is a popular t-shirt that says that God answers knee-mail and it shows a pair of jeans with the knees worn out. Now the idea of that particular t-shirt is that the wearer prays … Continue reading

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Someone finally gets it.

If you haven’t seen the newest commercials for J-Date, you do not know what you are missing. The commercials, aimed to attract single Jewish men and women to a dating site, depict how hard it can be to find someone … Continue reading

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Kansas House Prayer

On Monday, March 9, 2015, I was the guest of Rooks County Representative Travis Coutre-Lovelady at the Kansas House of Representatives, and was allowed the privilege of giving the invocation at the beginning of the session.  I am pictured above … Continue reading

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March 2015 newsletter

First Lutheran Church Plainville, Kansas Peace Lutheran Church Natoma, Kansas March, 2015 While on vicarage, I was privileged to help with the imposition of ashes on Ash Wednesday, and in the course of imposing ashes on the foreheads of the … Continue reading

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Who do you say that I am?

Lent 2 – St. Mark 8:27-38 To some, Jesus question to the disciples would seem to be narcissistic. After all, who goes around asking what others think of Him? But putting that aside for a moment, the answers that the … Continue reading

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