Sermon for Pentecost 6 July 21, 2019

Sermon for Pentecost 6 Luke 10:38-42 “One Thing Is Necessary”   Marcia, Marcia, Marcia.  Some of you remember the Brady Bunch with Mike and Carol and company of three boys and three girls.  In one episode, Marcia, the oldest daughter has everything going for her,...

Sermon for Pentecost II June 23, 2019

Last weekend I got to go back in time as the class of 1984 from Unity High School in Petersburg met for our 35th class reunion.  5 out of our graduating class of 9 enjoyed a meal together in East Grand Forks.  While we caught up on the latest news about our children...

June 9, 2019 Pentecost 2019

Pentecost 2019 Babel Undone – A Greater City Awaits Greek mythology tells the story of a man named Narcissus.   The myth tells us that He was a good looking guy and he knew it.  His story tells us that he was very cruel to the women who were attracted by his good...

Sermon for Easter VII June 2, 2019

Sermon for Easter VII June 2, 2019 Much can be learned about human nature and a variety of world views through the lens of law enforcement.  As an emergency services chaplain, I rode with an HP Trooper on Friday morning from 8:00-12:00 noon.  The most interesting part...

Sermon for Easter VI May 26, 2019

Sermon for Easter VI May 26, 2019 It doesn’t get any easier. First, we do it to our children, and then they do it to us. Abandonment. Separation anxiety. The first day that you leave your newborn at day care and go back to work. OR the first day of preschool when you...

Sermon for Easter V May 19, 2019

Sermon for Easter V May 19, 2019 John 16:12-22             Before he turned the tender age of four years, our son, Andrew, had two surgeries where he had to be put under. The first was surgery on his eye to deal with a muscle that was pulling too strong in one...
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