Monthly Archives: May 2015

Sermon for Trinity

Blessed be the Holy Trinity and the Undivided Unity! Today is trinity Sunday. It’s marked by saying the Athanasian Creed. It’s a celebration of who God is. In the creed, we talk about who he is – and that discussion … Continue reading

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Dr Feuerhahn: Reflections of a Fanboy

Back in my pre-seminary days, as I debated which seminary to attend, tough choices had to be made. On the one hand was Fort Wayne. The Professorial staff included Weinrich, Scaer, Just, Wenthe, Marquardt, Gard, Deffner, Reuning. On the other … Continue reading

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Koinonia Project One year On… Part 2

The discussions in the Koinonia Project (KP) are welcome. For years, the Wyoming District has been requesting serious theological dialogue regarding our divisions. After several convention cycles of nothing more than chirping crickets for a response, it is a welcome … Continue reading

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Solving the Water Problem

I live in Wyoming. We have lots of cattle. Beef isn’t just ‘what’s for dinner’, it’s what pays the light bill. So, I am not usually a fan of PETA. But their latest campaign has struck a cord with me. They … Continue reading

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Koinonia Project: One Year On… Part 1

It was a year ago last week that we drove through a mid-winter blizzard to sit in airports while flights got cancelled. Eventually, all but one of us made it to New York. After the snowy roads of Wyoming, it … Continue reading

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I Do! (Sort of?)

Last weekend was the District convention for the Wyoming (and Nebraska Panhandle!) portion of the LCMS.  Months ago I was chosen to be the circuit visitor nominee elect. This past weekend, that was made official by vote of the convention, … Continue reading

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Sermon for Exaudi

Is persecution a good thing? The Apostles seemed to think so. As did our Lord. Read on for more… Last Thursday we celebrated the ascension of our Lord. His work of redemption is finished, and so he gives His Holy … Continue reading

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