Monthly Archives: October 2018

Reformation; Sts. Simon and Jude

Audio link Today, October 28, is the day the church historically remembers Saints Simon and Jude.  This minor festival is normally bumped in favor of Reformation Sunday, so we rarely observe it. In the lists of the twelve apostles (Matthew … Continue reading

Posted in Reformation, Saints, sermon

Poverty in Christ

Proper 24B: Ecclesiastes 5:10-20, Mark 10:23-31 Ever since those thirty pieces of silver, money has played a treacherous role in the life of the Church.  Why, even the Lutheran Reformation was launched on October 31, 1517, because of money!  Oh … Continue reading

Posted in Ethics, Luther, Reformation, sermon

Rev. Dr. Marion L. Hendrickson

Isaiah 25:6-9, John 11:17-44 Dear Connie, Matthew, and Michael, beloved family members, dear brothers in the ministry, saints gathered today, grace to you and peace from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. Amen. In just two short weeks … Continue reading

Posted in Baptism, Day of Resurrection, Funeral, resurrection, Saints, sermon

Image and Likeness

Audio Link, Proper 22B: Gen.2:18-25, Hebrews 2:1-18, Mark 10:2-16 There are many things that are basic in life. The basics are needed for a person to build on. Learning the ABCs is basic for education. Learning to boil water is … Continue reading

Posted in Baptism, sermon