Monthly Archives: September 2015

Silent and Afraid to Ask

Proper 20B, Sept. 20th Dear children of God our Father, grace to you and peace through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. One of the greatest trials of the Christian faith is simply acknowledging reality as God reveals it.  There is … Continue reading

Posted in Catechism, sermon

I Believe, Help Unbelief

Proper 19B, September 16th Last week seemed so easy, this week oh so complicated. Last week was almost fun, wasn’t it? Jesus heals a deaf mute by sticking his fingers in his ears, spitting, grabbing his tongue, saying “ephphatha” and … Continue reading

Posted in sermon

Even For the Dogs

Proper 18B: Mark 7:24-37 The region of Tyre and Sidon were not exactly the spiritual centers of the world. The region is known primarily as the homeland of Queen Jezabel, you know the queen who lead her husband Ahab to … Continue reading

Posted in Luther, sermon

What Makes a Marriage?

Alex and Katie, family of the bride and groom, friends, wedding party, grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. What a grand joy to celebrate with you today. Today you enter into … Continue reading

Posted in Marriage, sermon