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God’s love and love for God

March 27, 2015

“God is love” (1 John 4:8). This is most certainly true. More needs to be said. “Jesus loves you” is gospel, good news. “Love the Lord” and “Love your neighbor as yourself” are commands, law. Note the different directions of the love. Love to you from God in Christ Jesus is gospel. Love from you Read More

Taking part in the holiest of weeks

March 20, 2015

The Rev. John Inserra, St. Peter’s Episcopal Church. “It’s not how you start that’s important, but how you finish!”   — Jim George, author The above quote can apply to so many areas of our lives: fitness, education or our professional career, to name a few.  How we finish is often what is remembered.  One Read More

When the world turns upside down

March 13, 2015

Donald Warriner is Captain at The Salvation Army in Sheridan and a member of Pastors United in Christ. Our entire world can be turned upside down in just a few moments time. Ask any new widow or widower — or anyone who has received an adverse medical report from their doctor — or a young Read More

Column: A prayer more often prayed

February 27, 2015

By Gary Kopsa “Thy Kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” I find myself praying this prayer more frequently and more fervently these days. You know the reasons why. Internationally, there is no end to the torment and abuse and exploitation and cruelty that we are made aware of Read More

There is no limit to where you can go

February 20, 2015

Doug Melius is the pastor at First Presbyterian Church. Yesterday I celebrated a birthday and walked the trail below the church.  It was such a warm day.  The sun was so bright that as I came to a south-facing bench, I decided to stop.  There I sat, soaking up sunshine. After a while I noticed Read More

Column: Looking back to heal our future

February 13, 2015

Kevin Jones is the pastor of Grace Anglican Church in Sheridan. Whatever you might think about the origins of humanity, one thing is clear from even the most cursory glance at the evening news, the daily paper or the news feed on your home page: the world is messed up. The atrocities committed on a Read More

Column: The Lord’s Day, take time to give thanks

February 6, 2015

Rev. Jim Heiser is a pastor at Holy Name Catholic Church. A long time ago, in a land far away, there was a man named Moses. In the second book of the Bible, Exodus, it is written: “The Lord said to Moses, ‘Come up to me on the mountain and, while you are there, I Read More

Column: To the thousandth generation of Fay Bearden

January 31, 2015

Terral Bearden the pastor of Calvary Baptist Church and a member of Pastors United in Christ.    The recollections shared herein are mostly from my father, Jack Bearden, and my mother, Ann Bearden. My line of the Bearden family came out of Alabama and settled along the western border of Arkansas. They were a rough Read More

Column: Showing others Christ’s love through example

January 23, 2015

Jack Burke is a representative of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I’ve been involved with a workshop the last few months sponsored by the Catholic Church (Yes, I am a Mormon). The workshop is called, “Just Faith.” It’s an intense workshop with homework, retreats and immersion experiences with the poor that Read More

Our Creator — the giver of life

January 16, 2015

Scott Lee is the senior pastor at Bethesda Worship Center. About this time every year I start getting excited to smell fresh cut grass, for baseball, barbecues and longer days. I get anxious for all the new life that spring brings to us! Today I want to remind you that our Creator, God, is the Read More

Internalizing the Holy Scripture

January 10, 2015

Pastor Doug Goodwin serves at First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in downtown Sheridan. We take a lot for granted when reading the Bible.   Have to.  But, on occasion, it is helpful to think about the background of the context of Holy Scripture. Take for instance:  A band of slaves, who under the leadership Read More

Column: Battling to fulfill your resolutions

January 2, 2015

Cody Haar is an associate Pastor at Cornerstone Church and the secretary/treasurer for Pastors United In Christ. Happy New Year!  If you are like most people, you have already considered your resolutions for the New Year. Maybe you desire to lose a few pounds. Maybe you desire to start eating a healthier diet. Maybe you Read More

Put Christmas into action

December 26, 2014

While there is a sense that Christmas has come and gone with all the festivities of the past month, I like to point out that there are twelve days of Christmas, and those twelve days begin on Dec. 25. Saturday finds us, not a few days after Christmas, but at the first part of this Read More

Column: Reflecting on a very special birth

December 19, 2014

By John Craft First Baptist Church I love nativity scenes.  Our family has three: one that my wife and I purchased for our first Christmas together, an ornate one that has a stable with a palm tree and detailed figures and a wooden set a friend made for our two sons when they were young Read More

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

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