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.”
Our country just celebrated 243 years of freedom yesterday.
And behold, a lawyer stood up to put Him to the test, saying, “Teacher, what shall I do to inherit eternal life?”
As a couple members of our altar guild changed the frontal on the altar from white to green after Trinity Sunday, one of them noted that they would not have to change the frontal again until almost the end of time.
I have said for many years, “What would I do without Google?”
I can hardly believe I’ve been here for almost two years now.
Wars. Violence. Terrorism. Hatred. Divisions.
Historically, the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) was founded in England by George Fox in the 17th century, at about the time that the Bible was first made generally available to the public.
One unique miracle recorded in the Gospels happened in a grassy field away from towns and villages.
It has been quite a few days…yes it has.
“Those who forget the past are doomed to repeat it.”
This weekend, for the first Sunday after Easter, in many of our churches, we will hear the story of Thomas.
Did Jesus really arise from the dead?
Affirmations I am only one
From time immemorial human beings have been yearning for justice against tyranny and oppression.
As someone who enjoys great storytelling, one of my favorite tales is “Lord of the Rings.”
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