As one year passes away and we begin a new year and decade, it seems natural that we reflect upon things of the past and contemplate what lies ahead
Sheridan is a great community and we love being a part of it.
“But the LORD said to Samuel, ‘Do not look at his appearance or at his physical stature, because I have refused him. For the LORD does not see as man sees; for man looks at the outward appearance, but the LORD looks at the heart.” I Samuel 16:7 NKJV
We live in a generous community.
My mother collects nativity scenes.
I’m not automatically offended when a well-meaning person wishes me “happy holidays.”
Advent is a special season of the church’s liturgical year.
Now that Thanksgiving Day is over, it would be a good time to reflect on what was accomplished during our festivities.
Since I arrived in Sheridan, just over two years ago now, I’ve been keeping you up on what I see in and around town.
I’ve noticed a Facebook challenge again the year.
Pretend you are a baseball manager.
So why am I a Christian?
Events in one’s life have a way of unfolding, sometimes as a result of careful and deliberate planning and other times with no forethought at all.
As the light shifts and darkness comes ever sooner each day, I am reminded that life also has its seasons.
“Laudato Si’, mi’ Signore” — “Praise be to you, my Lord”
In Matthew’s account of Jesus’ life there is what I believe to be a provocative and helpful sequence of three events recorded in chapter 14.
During the autumn months, most churches will have a stewardship campaign.
Our neighbors have a very nice garden and backyard.
I don’t think I’ll ever forget my junior year at Sheridan High School.
“Many will say they are loyal friends, but who can find one who is truly reliable?” Proverbs 20:6
Even though the heat continues, the summer season is drawing to an end.
In October 2018, several couples from Sheridan who toured Israel and Jordan together noted how much of the country was desert.
Spirituality without dogma is a paradox for some, and a truism for others.
The old Lutheran teachers said, “Preach the Law as if there were no Gospel and then preach the Gospel as if there were no Law.”
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