Monthly Archives: March 2018

Sermon for Judica

Today we enter the time of Lent known as Passiontide. The focus shifts from testing and temptation to the death of Christ. Next week is Palm Sunday – traditionally the reading is the Passion account according to Saint Matthew. And … Continue reading

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Coming Soon: New and Improved Game Show!

For years I’ve been encouraging the “Catechism Reveiw & Game Show” as a no-more-tears version of the old-school Catechism public examination. There is a great value to having a public examination/review of the catechism. But “tales of shared suffering” should … Continue reading

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Sermon for Oculi

For the Old Testament reading today, I used the TLH reading – 2 Samuel 22:1-7 Jesus casts out a demon. He is accused of using demonic powers to do it. “If I cast them out by Beelzeboul, by whom do … Continue reading

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Unmasking the Wolf

Over at the Concordia Publishing House blog there is a very timely article by Charlea Shueler: It’s My Church’s Fault I Fell Away. She says, I had a conversation with a friend who said, “I mean, yeah I was raised Lutheran. … Continue reading

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