Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Repentance of Nineveh, or Mocking God?

It’s easy to take the bible out of context. We don’t want to use phrases like, “God is not mocked” without making sure we are applying it to the correct situation. So, when we look at the context of those … Continue reading

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Sermon for Good Shepherd

Today is Good Shepherd Sunday.  It’s among the most comforting Sunday’s of the entire church year. In each one of the three readings, we are compared to sheep. Scattered sheep, straying sheep, hunted sheep. Sheep that are unable to help … Continue reading

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The Great and Powerful Oz has Spoken!

I was scrolling through faculty bios at one of our synod’s institutions of higher learning, and came across some rather exciting claims. According to the institutional website (names changed) Rev. Smith has consistently been in mission work whether it has … Continue reading

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Sermon for Quasimodogeniti

The best name of any Sunday in the church year. And I was privileged to speak God’s Word to the saints in Wheatland: Today we hear about doubting Thomas, who refused to believe unless he could see and touch the … Continue reading

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