Monthly Archives: June 2017

To Everything a Season…

Each Summer, I try to get the services planned for the next liturgical year. June is “Do the schedule month”. June is almost over. Just under the wire, here is the schedule of services for the 2018 Liturgical year at … Continue reading

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Sermon for UAC Day

Normally, today we would celebrate the Nativity of Saint John the Baptist. Half-way between last year’s Christmas, and this year’s Christmas. It was actually yesterday – June 24. Today, June 25 is the day the Augsburg Confession was presented to … Continue reading

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Sermon for Trinity 1

Faith bears fruit. A sermon about that. God created mankind for a specific purpose. So that we would look to him for every good thing, and so that we could help our neighbor in every need. If you go through … Continue reading

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The Forgiveness of sins…

In the creed we confess our belief in the forgiveness of sins. There is a great little passage in G.K. Chesterton about that. It’s spoken by the funny little priest he tells stories about, Father Brown. And it summarizes the … Continue reading

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Pentecost

Red. Most years, it’s the least used color of the year. As we go through the life of our Lord each year, there are four colors – blue for Advent – a time of preparation, Purple for Lent – a … Continue reading

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