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Column: A Bible story and a Christmas prayer

December 12, 2014

Roger Sanders is the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Sheridan’s representative to the Sheridan Ministerial Association. Luke Chapter 2:1-16 (Standard King James Version)      And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed. (And this taxing was first made when Read More

Column: What’s true for the Lord is true for you

December 5, 2014

The Rev. Paul J Cain is Pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Headmaster of Martin Luther Grammar School, and a member of Pastors United in Christ. 2+2=4 whether you like it or not. The speed of light is an absolute. It doesn’t care if you think it’s unfair. Is it “unloving” that water freezes at 32 Read More

Column: Racism, the most challenging of issues

November 29, 2014

Judi Panetta is a member of the Baha’i Faith Racism is the most challenging issue confronting America.  A nation whose ancestry includes every people on earth, whose motto is E pluribus unum, whose ideals of freedom under law have inspired millions throughout the world, can’t continue to harbor prejudice against any racial or ethnic group Read More

Column: Giving thanks for all we have

November 21, 2014

Donald Warriner is a Captain Sheridan Corps Officer with The Salvation Army. In a few short days we will celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family. This is a time when we give thanks for all that we have. Do we have things to be thankful for? We live in a country that has many freedoms. Read More

Column: Religion is not necessarily a good thing

November 14, 2014

Don Derryberry is a pastor with First United Methodist Church. Religion is not necessarily a good thing. It depends entirely on what kind of religion you are talking about. A lot of wars have been fought over religion. A lot of injustice has been perpetrated in the name of religion. A lot of people have Read More

Column: Lack of control, how to get some back

November 7, 2014

Gary Kopsa is chaplain at Volunteers of America Northern Rockies. I have been thinking a lot recently about those things thrust into the headlines over which I have little or no control. To itemize a few: The Ebola Virus, ISIS, the stock market, global weather, Russia Ukraine relations, Israeli and Palestinian Conflict, racial injustice, tragedy, Read More

Column: Faith, love and equality

October 31, 2014

Rev. Bob Miller is  retired from First Congregational United Church of Christ. Wyoming proudly calls itself The Equality State. That title reflects our history of granting women the right to vote way back in 1869 when Wyoming was still a territory. Women’s suffrage was written into the State Constitution when Wyoming became a state in Read More

Lessons learned from David, Goliath

October 24, 2014

The story of David and Goliath is usually told as a classic underdog tale. The arrogant giant challenges his fearful opponents. The unseemly kid shockingly deals a crushing blow. If we limit the scope of the story to just this simplistic outline it is a good story with a good point.  However, I’m afraid that Read More

Column: Focusing on light

October 17, 2014

 Christie American Horse  is the Director of M.O.R.E. Ministries and a Local Minister with The Church of the Nazarene. It’s October already. Summer’s ending and Halloween’s approaching fast with decorations and children in costumes yelling “Trick or treat” at our doors (have a safe holiday everyone). The dark side of Halloween has become very popular. Read More

Column: Preventing gossip and caring for its victims

October 10, 2014

The Rev. Paul J Cain is pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, headmaster of Martin Luther Grammar School and a member of Pastors United in Christ. The damage of the sin of gossip is far easier to prevent than care for after the fact. Giving care to the victims of gossip is difficult and necessary. What Read More

Column: The new tolerance

October 4, 2014

John Milliken is with St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. Do we live in a tolerant society? We appear more tolerant than ever. We pride ourselves that we have made great progress toward a society that accepts and makes room for all. Ours is a new kind of tolerance, however, bearing little resemblance to how it was Read More

Column: You probably are too busy to read this article (and are not alone)

September 12, 2014

The Rev. Paul J Cain is pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, headmaster of Martin Luther Grammar School and a member of Pastors United in Christ. We live in a time and culture where many of us are “busy.” A little time off recently gave me time to think and ask: Are we “busy” for the Read More

Acts of foregiveness

August 29, 2014

No matter how many times you have read these verses or heard them taught, please take the time to carefully read these verses again.  I will not comment afterwards as Jesus states it very simply and clearly. 23 “Therefore, the kingdom of heaven is like a king who wanted to settle accounts with his servants. Read More

Lessons learned from ‘birds of the air’

August 22, 2014

“Look at the birds of the air; they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they? Can any of you by worrying add a single hour to your span of life?”   Matthew 6:25-34 the words of Jesus   Jesus Read More

What is the purchase price? What is the church worth?

August 15, 2014

What is its value? What does it cost? What will it take to make it happen and/or make it mine? These are questions that apply to merchandise, rentals, homes, ranches, automobiles, ATVs, SUVs, kayaks, boats, day trips, month long vacations, air flights, cruises, hosting guests, garage sales, holiday festivities and gift buying (Thanksgiving, Christmas, July Read More

Quiet meditation on the gift of family

August 8, 2014

Recently, a family in our parish generously donated a life sized statue of the Holy Family: Jesus, Mary and Joseph. The statue stands just northeast of Holy Name Church on East Loucks Street. The marble statue is beautiful! Over the last month, many people have stopped by to view the statue and read the quote Read More

Facing difficult decisions?

August 1, 2014

The Lord can and will teach you and instruct you in the ways you should go, guiding you with His eye, if only you allow Him and trust Him. Be wise and listen to His counsel, for it will guide you and it stands for ever. Make God’s testimonies your delight and they will counsel Read More

Heavenly Father’s mysterious love

July 25, 2014

A few weeks ago a mysterious package showed up on my porch in the form of a scroll tied in a beautiful ribbon. To this day I have no idea who left it or why. The scroll contained these words: “When you love, watch over, and serve others in small and simple ways, you are Read More

Confucius, Lao Tze, Thomas Paine — three faith traditions

May 16, 2014

In one of the classic moments of religious history, Confucius and Lao Tze met in the Imperial Library in the city of Luoyang, 500 years before the birth of Jesus. Both men were destined to be the founders of great faiths. Confucius believed that in studying social and political affairs and diligently searching history for Read More

March is full of new beginnings

March 21, 2014

March reminds me of new beginnings, and new beginnings make me think of reconciliation. Reconciliation is, after all, at the heart of the gospel message. God sent Jesus to reconcile all of us to Himself. Jesus walked among humanity, showing Jews and Romans, Middle Easterners and Europeans alike, what it means to forgive and how Read More

Simplify your life through Jesus

August 30, 2013

Life! It sure seems messy, doesn’t it? There are so many choices with so many reasons to influence every choice. One day you can make a decision concerning an issue and the next day make a different decision concerning the same issue. Why? Could it be that you have too many sources of authority in Read More

Look for the signs all around us

August 23, 2013

It started as one of those dental horror stories, but it finished in humor. I had a crowned tooth that needed a root canal, but the oral surgeon found it to be cracked and unsalvageable and the whole tooth had to be pulled a week later. Then came the humor. Lying there with a wad Read More

Morning thoughts

August 16, 2013

I’m not really a morning person. It takes a while for me to wake up. Sometimes I’ll just sit and stare into space for a while. I’ll grab a cup of coffee in hopes that it will jolt me awake. A couple months ago I was preparing for my day like normal. I looked out Read More

Prayer is most appropriate

August 9, 2013

This past week, I spent some relaxing time with some friends who have a bed and breakfast in the Black Hills of northeast Wyoming. They have been running the business for the past six years and have made the acquaintance of many interesting people who have enjoyed their stays at the B&B. They advertise only Read More

Your endurance and strength

August 2, 2013

Every week I am meeting people who need to be encouraged. Whether you’re rich or poor, married or single, in good health or in poor health, we all need to understand that the love of God can carry us through the hard times to victory. So read for yourself what God’s word has to say. Read More

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