Monthly Archives: June 2015

Where was everyone?

September 11, 2001 was a Tuesday, I probably do not need to remind you of what happened on that particular day, but to say the least there was a vicious attack on Americans on American soil.  September 16, 2001 was … Continue reading

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Suffering never wins

Pentecost 5 – Lamentations 3:22-33 To lament, is to cry out in grief or in regret.  Ergo, the book of Lamentations is a book of the prophet Jeremiah crying out in both grief and regret that the people of Judah, … Continue reading

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Asleep on a cushion

Pentecost 4 – St. Mark 4:35-41 Our Gospel text is a perfect picture of Jesus human nature, because His human nature in our text is so much like ours. It is not just that Jesus fell asleep on the boat.  … Continue reading

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Advice for soon to be pastors

As the season of LCMS district conventions winds down, we enter into the next season of ordinations and installations of those who have completed their seminary studies and are now going to serve as pastors in congregations scattered across the … Continue reading

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Planting and Harvesting

Sermon for Pentecost 3 – St. Mark 4:26-34

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June 2015 newsletter

First Lutheran Church Plainville, Kansas Peace Lutheran Church Natoma, Kansas June, 2015 We love because He first loved us. – 1 John 4:19 That is the theme verse for our Vacation Bible School this year, which will be June 1-5 … Continue reading

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