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My Good Friday Bible

Today, I dusted off what I call my “Good Friday” bible and took it into the sanctuary in preparation for tonight’s Tenebrae (darkness) worship service. I call it my “Good […]

Why is it so hard to understand?

Throughout the Bible, whenever God speak to people, they understand him. Adam: “Where are you?” Noah: “Build a boat.” Abram: “Leave…go…a great nation.” All the prophets. God spoke in their […]

“I didn’t know that.”

At a recent regional pastor’s conference, the guest speaker, Mark Wood, made me aware of a segment of the population who identify as Christian, but know little if anything about […]

Sola scriptura

Transcription of Sunday, September 17, 2017 sermon.  October 31, 1517 Martin Luther posted 95 theses against indulgences in Wittenberg, at All Saints Church. That day is thought of as the […]

What if all you had was a bible?

Today in church I asked the question, “What would you do if you only had a bible?” We get so much spiritual input from Google, TV and radio, devotional books, […]

Can I read the Bible on my phone?

  “Pastor, is it OK if I use my phone/tablet to access the Bible during church/the sermon/bible class?” That is a question that excites me! You see, in our Lutheran […]

Study bible

A good basic resource to help you understand God’s Word is a study bible. The one I’m currently using is the Lutheran Study Bible from Concordia Publishing House. There are […]