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July 2020
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July 2020

June was a month where our nation was rocked by racial tension and anti-racist protests in the wake of the shooting of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, in Minnesota. As people filled the streets,...

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July 02, 2020
June 2020
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June 2020

When the pandemic started, there was a debate between pastors and bishops about whether or not communion could be done online over the internet or whether people had to be in person to make it...

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June 02, 2020
May 2020
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May 2020

When the Apostle Paul began to spread the good news on his missionary journeys, there were no buildings with steeples and crosses beckoning believers to come inside. There were no fellowship halls or Sunday school...

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April 30, 2020
April 2020
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April 2020

We are living in a strange moment in time. We are aware that there is an invisible threat called the coronavirus, but most of us who are still healthy do not yet feel personally threatened....

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March 31, 2020
March 2020
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March 2020

I was convinced again of the importance of becoming a Reconciling in Christ congregation as I heard one of our new members give a testimony during a message he shared at Holy Trinity last December....

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March 03, 2020
February 2020
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February 2020

I am not sure if St. Paul would have been a big fan of Valentine’s Day. As February 14 looms ahead and stores are stocking up on heart-shaped cards and candy, the focus is on...

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February 01, 2020
January 2020
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January 2020

The Village of Janga was a very different place than the rural town in Montana where I had grown up. People were still living in ways that they had probably lived for thousands of years....

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January 02, 2020
December 2019
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December 2019

One of the main themes of the Advent season in the Christian tradition is waiting. I think a reason for this is because one of the main characters in the Christmas story is a pregnant...

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December 03, 2019
November 2019
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November 2019

Modern day economic theory assumes that resources are scarce. This means people will inevitably compete for those resources, which sets up cycles of supply and demand. The problem with this mindset of scarcity is that...

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October 24, 2019
October 2019
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October 2019

Over the next few months you are going to be hearing more about the “RIC Process.” RIC stands for “Reconciled in Christ.” It is a program within our ELCA Lutheran church whose purpose is to...

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September 26, 2019