Monthly Archives: October 2017

Sermon: Commemorating the Reformation

looking at the Orthodox and Catholic churches, which do not ordain women, I can only be glad that Luther nailed his arguments to the door of Wittenberg Cathedral. Or didn’t nail them, because that may be a myth. Either way, I think we’re a better church because of it.    Continue reading

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Good and Bad Evangelism

I wish more churches could understand how important a message of love is to people, and how little most of us need to be reminded of our sins. Continue reading

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Sermon: Wait on the Lord

Ultimately, this is a story of God’s care for God’s people – which comes in God’s own good time. Continue reading

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Sermon: When commandments bring freedom

‘It is grace to know God’s commands. They release us from self-made plans and conflicts. They make our steps certain and our way joyful.’ Continue reading

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