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At the Annual Congregational meeting on Sunday I put to the congregation that we should make prayer a center focus for our church this year. On Tuesday I began to listen to the first session of When God’s People Pray that the Tuesday group is studying. Rev. Jim Cymbala, Pastor of the Brooklyn Tabernacle said … [Read more…]
shake the heavens, the earth, the sea, the dry lands – shake them until your peace covers creation like a carpet of autumn leaves, and your hope burns bright in the night skies of our lives;
Heading for Algona, IA to lead in a funeral worship and sing after the passing of a friend and one of the special people in this world. Marty was a unique and creative person whose life was cut short so very quickly by cancer. At times the things that he said or drew in cartoons … [Read more…]
Kneading dough is basically a way to stretch dough. Today, after we mixed our ingredients together, we stretched and folded one side of our ball of dough, turning it 1/8 of a turn and repeating the stretch and fold maneuver 30 times as our manner of kneading the bread dough. The dough began to change … [Read more…]
I am attending a Pastor’s Retreat organized by the Committee on Ministry of the Presbytery of South Dakota at our camp in the Black Hills and the main theme revolves around spiritual lessons we can learn through making bread.
I am eagerly waiting for my first crop of grapes that are now starting to turn purple and was reading in Psalm 119 and in verses 82-83 came to: “My eyes long for your promise; I ask, ‘When will you comfort me?’ For I have become like a wineskin in the smoke,” and was curious … [Read more…]
I began the sermon on Sunday by passing around bowls containing plain M&Ms and others with Peanut M&Ms. I gave no instructions. Some took from the Peanut bowl, others from a plain bowl, some took from both; some took just a few and others chose a handful. Later in the sermon I compared Mary and … [Read more…]
The fact that you even care about your prayers is an incredible sign of God’s love for you and desire to bring you close! God has placed in your heart the desire draw before the throne of grace in prayer. Daily praying is a good habit that just needs to be built. You’ve been building … [Read more…]
The theme for my sermon on Sunday was from Colossians 1:3, “We always thank God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, when we pray for you.” People tend to believe in prayer and when our problems are too big to handle, it is easy to turn to God in prayer, but it is also easy … [Read more…]