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Loving Our Neighbor

Who is our neighbor? In God’s world, our neighbor is more than the person who lives in the house next door. Our neighbor is the stranger in need, the student in our class, our associate at work, our parent or grandparent, and our child. 982 more words

Faith & Practice

Stop and Think about the Bible

ImPaul wrote to the church in Corinth when it was all in an uproar about celebrity preachers.

    Is Christ divided? Was Paul crucified for you? Or were you baptized in the name of Paul? 390 more words

Faith Practice

Stop and Think about a Hymn

 This Day at Thy Creating Word

1.This day at Thy creating word
First o’er the earth the light was poured:
O Lord, this day upon us shine… 236 more words

Faith Practice

On the gains of dealing positively with loss

This coming Wednesday, March 4th I am speaking about the subject of loss for Lenten Services at Bethlehem Lutheran Church. I have already met with the Pastor to orient the discussion, which will center on how our family dealt with the loss of my wife due to cancer. 1,032 more words

The Right Kind Of Pride

If Not Sex Education, Then What?

Sex education is built on a foundation that diametrically opposes God’s design for parents to instruct their children in purity.

Sex education is not biblical; rather, it grows from the ideologies and humanist faith of sexologists like Alfred Kinsey and Wardell Pomeroy, birth control and eugenics advocate Margaret Sanger, social reformer and SIECUS (Sexuality Information and Education Council of the U.S.) co-founder Mary Calderone, and advocate of child sexual rehearsal play, Dr. 1,137 more words

Faith & Practice

Stop and Think About a Hymn

Jesus, Still Lead On

Jesus, still lead on, till our rest be won,
And, although the way be cheerless,
We will follow calm and fearless, 227 more words

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On contentions and being content in what you know

In college our dorm room was on the 7th floor of a tower overlooking the Oneota Valley in Decorah, Iowa. Our windows faced west and winter sunsets over the valley were often quite dramatic. 893 more words

The Right Kind Of Pride