Monthly Archives: September 2015

October newsletter

First Lutheran Church     Plainville, Kansas Peace Lutheran Church     Natoma, Kansas October, 2015 It is an all too familiar scenario: a friend describes a most troubling situation that they are dealing with, whether it be health, or unruly children, … Continue reading

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A great crowd

Pentecost 16 – St. Mark 9:14-29

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School-years Resolution

While listening to the radio the other day, the host was asking children what their ‘school year resolution’ was.  Much like a New Year’s resolution, a ‘school year resolution’ was what you hoped to accomplish, or do better in, over … Continue reading

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How long is 14 years?

Today marks the 14th anniversary of September 11th, 2001. 14 years is a long time, consider that this year’s high school freshman class was born in 2001.  Consider that this year’s high school senior class may have only the smallest … Continue reading

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He sighed

Pentecost 15 – St. Mark 7:31-37 Jesus human nature never ceases to amaze. Of course, it really should not amaze us at all; after all, Jesus human nature is where He is just like you and I.  It makes perfect … Continue reading

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