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Sermon for Cantate

The sermon isn’t Mother’s Day themed – Mother’s Day not being a church festival. We did give thanks for faithful Christian mothers in the prayers, because we love giving thanks to God for his many gifts, and throughout the year … Continue reading

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Sermon for Jubilate/CFW Walther

Today is not only the Fourth Sunday of Easter, it’s also the commemoration of C.F.W. Walther – the first President of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod. When we celebrate minor or local saints – and CFW Walther would qualify for … Continue reading

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Sermon for Quasimodogeniti

A person whom I admire – who sadly is not on social media, and so won’t likely won’t see this – suggested that I post a sermon on the doctrine of justification. Nothing says “sermon on justification” like Jesus words … Continue reading

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Holy Week Wednesday

The third evangelist. In the last four days we have heard from Matthew, Mark, and now Luke. Luke is the only one who records the visit to Herod. The others have him before Pilate – the Roman Governor. Only Luke … Continue reading

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Sermon for Judica (Passion Sunday)

I’ve been meaning to post sermons more frequently. But I’ve been doing the opposite of that. I’ve been doing a more blended style of preaching lately. Part manuscript, part outline. I think it has made for better sermons. But it … Continue reading

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Teach These Things – Second Edition!

The Second (corrected) edition of Teach These Things has finally been released! No more will my fat fingered typing of “Exceslsis” be an embarrassment to you. No more will your children read an extra chapter of First Kings. Typos fixed, … Continue reading

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Choosing a College for your Lutheran Snowflake

This has been much on my mind lately. My oldest child will soon be on her way to the hallowed halls of higher learning. A wealth of academic opportunities await. And as her father (and pastor) I want only the … Continue reading

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