Monthly Archives: March 2020

Sermon & Service for Passion Sunday

For those who couldn’t make it to church, here is the text of the sermon, and audio of the service. Hopefully, while you are forced to fast from the Lord’s Supper, you will be strengthened with every Word that proceeds … Continue reading

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Pushing the Narrative Forward

It’s unknown at this time what Holy Week will look like. But one thing is certain – it will not look like I had planned it. Carefully plotted hymns that move us ever closer to the cross, services each day … Continue reading

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State Orders Allow Church Services

I serve congregations in two states – Wyoming and Colorado. Members of those congregations may be interested in the pertinent sections of state health orders that allow us to meet for church on Sunday. So, here they are. Wyoming Statewide … Continue reading

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The Assembling of Ourselves Together

Christians have been assembling together for 2000 years. The word ‘church’ in Greek (ekklesia) means ‘gathering’. The church took the word and sanctified it. The church is a Communion of the Holy. In this strange time, it isn’t that Christians … Continue reading

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Sermon for Rejoice Sunday

For those who couldn’t make it to church today, here is today’s sermon. It’s shorter than usual because I needed to fit it in a 30 minute service. All seven times I preached it, I kept thinking, “I could expand … Continue reading

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Requiem for a Vice President

He was the preacher for our 100th anniversary in 2013. Not so many years ago. Yet today, when even last Sunday seems a world away, 2013 must be an eternity. Indeed, for Herb Mueller, child of God, it is. He … Continue reading

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CTCR Issues Communion Guidance

The CTCR issued a guidance document regarding some innovative methods of receiving the sacrament. It’s HERE. It’s hard to write briefly. Augustine was said to have apologized once, “I’m sorry I preached so long. I didn’t have time to make … Continue reading

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