Monthly Archives: July 2016

LCMS Convention: An Outsider’s Perspective

Some may argue that “Outsider” is not an apt description. But, I was not a delegate, I saw no updates on the convention until after it was finished, and I was not even around the internet for most of the … Continue reading

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So I’m a Liar. You Should Do It! Or: How to Be Blessed By God to Be Blessed to Be A Blessing.

Just so we’re clear, the title refers to two different topics. I said my last post was my last post before convention. It’s not. I’m a liar. As for the second? The convention has a chance to right a great … Continue reading

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My Last Blog Post. You Won’t Believe What I Have To Say.

This will be my last blog post before the LCMS convention begins in Milwaukee. (What do you mean, clickbait?) One way or another, this will be known as the “Lay Ministry” convention. Either we do away with this unfaithful practice, … Continue reading

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The Church in A Time of Babylon

When Babylon conquered the kingdom of Judah, the best and brightest were carried off to Babylon. Things looked pretty bleak. It seemed as if perhaps God had utterly abandoned his people. The northern kingdom had already been destroyed. Now, the … Continue reading

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