This past week we celebrated the many freedoms Americans enjoy. We remembered those who fought and continue to fight for liberty and justice for all. […]
In my last blog I complained about Vice President Mike Pence comments on the persecution of Christians during his commencement speech at Liberty University. I […]
I’ve been holding on to this idea for a blog. It’s been festering for awhile so I’m going to put it out there.
About a month […]
As many of you know, last week, I was on a bike trip with my friend Tim and my son Alex across the state of […]
This week progressive Christians lost one of its best young writers, Rachel Held Evans. Rachel was a best-selling author who challenged conservative Christianity and “gave […]
This past Sunday at the Taizé service a couple of things came into focus for me, but more about that at the end of this […]
A few weeks back I wrote a blog about my observations of what was happening around the pond outside of my back deck (if you […]
Ellen and I spent the last week at the Mayo Clinic looking for some answers (found some, left with more questions to hopefully be answered […]
As many you know last fall Ellen and I downsized from our home of 22 years to a condo. It was a significant change, and […]
This past Sunday I preached on the parable of the servants and talents. Without rehashing my sermon, my conclusion was that how you interpret this […]
This Lenten Season we have been looking at the book Half Truths; God Helps Those Who Help Themselves and Other Things the Bible Doesn’t Say […]
This past Friday I was driving to the Twin Cities to bring my daughter back home for spring break. All morning I was listening to […]
Where Do We Find Grace?
During this Lent season our congregation is doing on study of the book Half Truths; God Helps Those Who Help Themselves […]
In the past couple of weeks, a couple things happened that have caused to stop and consider this question. The first was during a noon […]