Monthly Archives: May 2010

Paul Said, “Beloved…Let us love one another”

Having recently completed a study in 2 Corinthians, I have made some fresh observations about Paul the apostle. Fresh for me, that is, perhaps not for everyone. You will recognize from the title of this blog that I have attributed … Continue reading

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Never Went to ‘Nam

This is a repeat of a blog from some five years ago.  I run it again as a tribute to the Viet Nam era veterans being honored this weekend at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin.  The event is LZ … Continue reading

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Not No Nother Mother’s Day Message

Last Sunday was Mother’s Day. I said a few appropriate words in my sermon but something kept nagging at me to say more.  Something raw and honest. Something which would take motherhood out of the vacuum of idealism and platitudes.  … Continue reading

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The Unsettled God

In Walter Brueggemann’s book,  An Unsettling God- The Heart of the Hebrew Bible, he makes the bold point that the God of ancient Israel is “a God in relationship, who is ready and able to make commitments and who is … Continue reading

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