One of the core beliefs of Martin Luther and the other reformers when they split from the Catholic Church in the 1500’s was that people should be able to read […]
Sometimes I think I am raising cynics! Their biggest criticism when we are watching a movie or something that ends in a “sappy” way is, “that is SO cheesy!” Sometimes […]
My pastoral concern and reason for writing this blog is that often I hear from my flock that a Christian they know has questioned their salvation because they have not been Baptized as an adult-immersion style.
I’m not too familiar with Rev. Elizabeth Eaton, our relatively new Presiding Bishop of the ELCA, but I found this article helpful and I agree whole heartedly with her concluding […]
One of the most amazing things about getting to grow up at First Lutheran Church in Williston, North Dakota, was that I always knew that no matter what career I […]
Will the real Jesus Please Stand Up? Do you remember the old game show: To Tell the Truth? Three people were introduced to a panel and told the identity of […]