The COVID-19 crisis has created an intriguing question and debate regarding whether churches can do Holy Communion, virtually.
We can remember the Sabbath day even though we must refrain from public gatherings.
My concern is that some, upon encountering a harsh or difficult saying, will let that particular saying cover or color the whole of one’s understand of Jesus.
“How did you come to visit Silverdale Lutheran?” I asked a new, now very faithful and connected couple, over a latte at a local coffee shop. Their reply was amazing […]
Maybe we should look at faith practices as faith fuelings.
Recently, in two separate conversations, I had someone my age state that if they had not grown up in the church, they probably would not be interested because of the […]
On this eve of the 4th, as I painfully try and stay engaged in the world of policy and politics, I offer some thoughts on where I’m at when it […]
I’m a little behind in getting this out but I still wanted to offer some “take homes” from this year’s Lay School of Theology on CS Lewis by Rev. Ron […]
Recently, a member of SLC inquired about our practice of limiting Communion to those who are baptized. Their child had brought a guest to worship and they were not sure […]
There is no way to preach the Gospel without words.