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You Too Go into the Vineyard

In today’s Gospel we hear the parable of the workers in the vineyard (Mt. 20:1-16). We can approach this rich teaching of Jesus from various perspectives.  276 more words


Baptism Battles--Living with Differing Views of Baptism / Pastor Bill

Most of us are aware that within Christianity there are two very different views of Baptism.  We as Lutherans along with the Catholic, Orthodox, Anglican, Presbyterian, and Methodist churches, believe Baptism is a Sacrament–a means of grace. 800 more words

Life With Jesus

Good People Need Christ


Shelby G. Floyd

One of the most interesting characters in the book of Acts is Cornelius the centurion, on occupation in Palestine on behalf of the Roman government. 462 more words



This coming Sunday will be our church’s annual Baptism service. In preparation of that, I will be speaking to the youth this Wednesday night concerning baptism and why we do it. 646 more words


The Subjects and Mode of Baptism

For the past week my family and I have been considering baptism in our after-breakfast Bible reading, guided by Chapter 49, “Baptism,” of Wayne Grudem’s S… 1,088 more words

Open Theism

Why Did God Save You?

Someone asked me one time, “Why did God save you”? The mystery is why would God save anyone? The Bible says there is none righteous, not one.

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