Monthly Archives: April 2015

“They will Fall By the Thousands”

Kenneth Korby, of blessed memory, said the above when speaking of the persecution that would come to faithful pastors. It is an allusion to Psalm 91. And it is true. The people will not tolerate sound doctrine. For years the … Continue reading

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Saving Marriage

At a certain age, mothers and fathers explain to their children that there are boys and there are girls. Boys and girls are different. For all of world history, in every civilization, boys have grown up to marry girls, and … Continue reading

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Bylaws vs. the Word of God

There are not a lot of pending resolutions for the Wyoming District convention. That’s not unusual. With a small district, we have a pretty lean structure, so there are not usually a lot of changes that need to be made. … Continue reading

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Sermon for Jubilate (Easter 4)

One of the joys of using a set series of readings is that you have a broad outline for the year. The festival half of the church year is the life of Christ. The second half is the life of … Continue reading

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Proposed Circuit Realignment.

For anyone in the Wyoming District that reads my blog, here are the new circuit boundaries under the proposed┬árealignment. I assume that Jeff is working on the official one as we speak, but this should give an idea of what … Continue reading

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