Tuesday, December 18, 2007

The Pendulum Has Swung?

I haven't read the article completely yet, but according to US News and World Report in A Return to Tradition, Americans are preferring traditional worship again. Actually from the bit I've read so far, it appears that they are picking and choosing certain "traditional things" like post-modernists do.

Being in the Midwest, the churches around me just finished going through the worship war moving the direction of "contemporary worship." Now a new war will begin. This time going the other direction. They will say, "We want more traditional worship Pastor."

One should just stay with historical Christianity. You won't get motion sickness from all these fads / movements that arise with generational Christianity.


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Merry Christmas!

Yesterday I celebrated the High Feast of Christmas Shopping. It was a joy to go to the store clerks and wish them a Merry Christmas or a Blessed Christmas and watch their reactions. Some were irritated. Others were "transformed" as a smile came to their face and wished me the same.

Whether the world likes it or not, whether some celebrate it or not, Christmas will soon be here. The Christ child's birth will be celebrated by Christians around the world. The promised Messiah is born into human flesh for us. The Christ child came into this world to save it, not condemn it. How can that not bring joy to those who believe? This joy is available for this entire world, believing and unbelieving!

Perhaps even more important to us who live after the birth, life, death, and resurrection of the Christ is that this Messiah is coming again! I think that, The Day of Judgment, is really what the unbelieving world is dreading. That's why they react the way they do to Christmas. Everyone knows His return is coming; it's written in our hearts. Some choose to live in denial. But Christmas brings Christ to the forefront once again. It makes denial more difficult. The sad part is that Christmas makes the Day of Judgment a day to celebrate. Some have missed the point.

Mike Huckabee is coming out with an advertisement to wish people a Merry Christmas. I wonder if that will wreck his aspirations to be President? Christmas means Christ is real. Salvation is offered; judgment is coming! If Huckabee won't be president because of this message, I guess I just wrecked my chances too. MERRY CHRISTMAS! The Christ child was born for you!


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The Pen is Mightier than the Sword



FOXNews.com - Girl, 10, Arrested for Using Knife to Cut Food at School

A Florida 10-year-old girl brought a knife to school to cut food during lunch. She was arrested for violating a weapons policy and charges are filed. This is a classic case of following the letter of the law and not the spirit. Couldn't a simple discussion with the girl and her parents satisfy the requirements of school safety?

I can see it now. "Sir, your daughter was sent to the principal for cutting her food with a knife." The parent response. "Praise the Lord! I've been trying to teach her manners for years!" I wonder if the parents will be charged because of their association to the crime?

Are we this paranoid as a nation? I'm for safety in school, but come on! Don't people understand that, medically speaking, you can do just as much damage with a sharp pencil or a pen as a steak knife? Will those be illegal soon too?

Here's the kicker. I don't know Florida law, but in some states this child would be able to get an abortion without her parents being notified. Where's the law to protect the safety of that child?

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Monday, December 17, 2007

National Right to Life Endorsement

The National Right to Life has endorsed Fred Thompson for the Republican party. We'll see how this important connection changes his numbers. Watching the last Republican debate (Des Moines Register), I was impressed with many of his answers (and lack of an answer in one situation.)

The candidate's Life agenda is important to me. He needs to look after humans from the "womb to the tomb." I guess that rules Rudy out. In my opinion, he was slammed by the National Right to Life newsletter that was in my mailbox today. Too bad, he'd be great with national defense.

I'm still not ready to decide who my man is going to be yet. I still
have some questions that haven't been answered. There are lot of
issues that I'm monitoring.

The big dilemma will be what to do in a choice between two pro-murder candidates. Do I waste my vote on a third party? Remember Ross Perot? That's how we got our last pro-murder president (Clinton).

What is your plan of action if this issue arises after the Conventions this summer?


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More on Mormons from Gene Veith

Gene Veith had a great post today to show the fallacies of the Mormon beliefs. Check it out.

What Mormons believe — Cranach: The Blog of Veith

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Saturday, December 15, 2007

The Electronic John the Baptist

This past year has brought all kinds of weather disasters. The most distressing comment I heard was, "We never knew it was coming." How unfortunate!

I would highly recommend that every household, business, public place, and church have a weather radio. For the guy that has everything, it's the perfect gift. No, I'm not soliciting gifts, I already have one. These things save lives!

NOAA News Online (Story 217)

One Advent thought, in what ways are John the Baptist like a weather radio? How was John different?



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Friday, December 14, 2007

Have Debt... Get A Plan!

Debt is a reoccurring problem in our society. I've got the problem (not extreme, but still debt). You probably have it also. I'd like to recommend a solution that I've been working for a year now. It works! My debt is shrinking! My financial peace is increasing!

Real Debt Help - Get out of debt with Dave Ramsey's Total Money Makeover Plan.

I even got a Christmas card from him!


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Thursday, December 06, 2007

Synphony of Faiths...

One common tactic of Mormons is to try to get people to believe they are Christian. Don't believe them, they aren't a Christian denomination. Romney tried that today in his speech by naming all kinds of different Christian denominations. He even used Christian language. However, be careful. Words can have different meanings and politicians are by nature crafty with them. Remember the redefining of "is" by a former president?

For more information from the LCMS website about the Mormon faith, click here. Let us pray that the Holy Spirit will move the unbelievers to repentance through the power of God's Word.

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How Shallow Is Religion?

FOXNews.com - Mitt Romney Pledges to Serve No One Religion in Faith Speech
"I do not define my candidacy by my religion. A person should not be elected because of his faith nor should he be rejected because of his faith ... I will put no doctrine of any church above the plain duties of the office and the sovereign authority of the law," Romney said. " If I am fortunate enough to become your president, I will serve no one religion, no one group, no one cause, and no one interest ... A president must serve only the common cause of the people of the United States.”

While I'm trying to stay out of the political debates on the blog, I do wonder about separating one's beliefs from presidential decisions that will be made. Perhaps it is a symptom of the religious decline in America.

Can one truly act against one's foundational values and not have a burdened conscience? Is religion just something we do during worship one hour a week? Can you separate a faith from daily actions and legitimately hold true to it's beliefs? Isn't "religion" suppose to permeate our entire being and actions?

If we separate our religion from our daily life, we have no religion at all (Mormon or Christian).



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Monday, December 03, 2007

Questions about The Golden Compass?

Concordia Publishing House has provided some resources for those with questions about this fairly controversial film.

Personally, I'm not going to give it any more time. If we ignore it, the press will probably do so also.


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Here's something to make you think...

Does a person get an abortion to save the environment or stay married to save the environment? How do they come up with these ideas and then fund the research projects to verify them?

Does this mean that one can have an abortion in order to get divorced and NOT have an affect the environment? Save the planet; wreck your life.

Here's an idea: Stay married (6th Commandment) and don't have an abortion (5th Commandment)! God will be pleased AND you save the environment (First Article).


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And you think you have problems....

I can't seem to get rid of those pesky squirrels at my bird feeder.


Real Preventative Medicine

Cord Blood Registry - The Name to Trust in Cord Blood Banking

Cord Blood Registry has had a record growth in 2007 according to lifenews.com. 35% more newborns had their cord blood banked for future usage for other family members who have been diagnosed with a condition that may require a stem-cell transplant.

How is this for stewardship of God's gifts!



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Great Post

The Incarnation & the Humanity of the Embryo — Cranach: The Blog of Veith

This post says it all. Embryos are human. If not, our salvation is at stake. The post is coming from a variety of sources that I frequent.


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Sunday, December 02, 2007

Nature or Nurture?

Love of broccoli begins in womb - Times Online

I will vouch for this study. The night before my firstborn was delivered, my wife ate a couple bowls of brussels sprouts at Concordia Seminary's family night. My daughter, soon to be 13, still loves them.

My second daughter and I have a different opinion...


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Oops! I did it again...

I've heard it on the radio. I've seen it on the TV. Now I've read about it. The return of Don Imus after his infamous racial slur. See it here: All eyes - and ears - are on shock jock Don Imus

I've never been a fan of him. I've watched his radio show on MSNBC and turned the channel within seconds. But his return does beg the question, was his apology sincere? Will he change his ways?

So often we say, "I'm sorry." Yet do we "repent"? Do we change our ways or do we simply fall back into the old sinful condition? John the Baptist, who will be visiting us soon in the lectionary, says, "Repent! The kingdom of heaven is at hand!" (Matthew 3) Let's not just be sorry for our sins, let's let the Holy Spirit work in our hearts through the Word, and change our ways.

As for Imus, time will tell...


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The Fruit of a False Religion

Jesus said in Matthew 7, "Thus you will recognize them by their fruits," referring to false teachers. In this news article, the real religion of Islam is exposed. It is not a peaceful religion as some would say. Read the article and see the fruit: My Way News - Teacher Hidden As Sudan Mob Urges Death.

How does this relate to Christ's words, "Love your enemy and pray for those who persecute you"? As Christians, we must constantly remember that our actions speak louder than our words. As we are persecuted in America, our response gives witness to Christ. Let's make it a good one!

As we enter into the season of Advent and understand that Christ will one day come again (prayerfully soon), we pray that the enemies of Christ would repent and receive Christ as their Savior from sin.




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Tuesday, November 20, 2007

More Skin Cell Stem Cell Research Information

More information about the embryonic stem cell research I blogged on earlier.

Pro-Life Advocates Say New Embryonic Stem Cell Research Method Ethical

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Imagine That... No Embryos Needed

FOXNews.com - No Embryo Needed: Scientists Say They Turned Skin Cells to Stem Cells

Patience is paying off in the stem cell debate. While there are some concerns about using the skin cells (due to possible cancer), the lives of innocent, non-consensual children don't need to be murdered for the benefit of others.

I find it interesting that we are making these kinds of advancements. Had scientists jumped right into embryonic stem cell research, they probably would not have found this one.

We need to follow this story closely.


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Monday, November 19, 2007

Thanksgiving: I believe in God, the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth.

May we remember this all the days of our life!


I believe that God has made me and all creatures; that He has given me my body and soul, eyes, ears, and all my members, my reason and all my senses, and still takes care of them.

He also gives me clothing and shoes, food and drink, house and home, wife and children, land, animals, and all that I have. He richly and daily provides me with all that I need to support this body and life.

He defends me against all danger and guards and protects me from all evil.

All this He does out of fatherly, diving goodness and mercy, without any merit or worthiness in me. For all this it is my duty to thank and praise, serve and obey him.

This is most certainly true.

(Martin Luther's Explanation)

Praise vs. Thanksgiving

I had an interesting question at Bible study last week that has me thinking. What is the difference between praise and thanksgiving?

This is the week of Thanksgiving. Is it a week of praise as well? Can we separate the two?

As I explore this, I'd appreciate your thoughts on this topic.

Monday, November 12, 2007

I've waited so long for this day...

Packers Put On Best Performance Yet

The Green Bay Packers dominate the Minnesota Vikings to a 34-0 victory! I would love to gloat...but there's always next year.
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Wednesday, November 07, 2007

The First Snow...

First Trace of Snow of the Snow Season Falls in La Crosse, WI and Rochester, MN

I guess it's official. It has snowed in La Crescent for the first time this year.


Come now, "let us reason together, says the LORD: though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow..." Isaiah 1:18 ESV

Reformation History!

I saw this on Gene Veith's blog and had to put it on mine. Sing along!

Saturday, November 03, 2007

Interesting Fire Call Today!

Today, the city of La Crescent experienced a train derailment. Fortunately, no one was hurt and the train wasn't carrying any hazardous materials.

I was interviewed today for one of our local TV channels. Here's the feed. Of course, they did spell my name wrong.

Friday, October 26, 2007

Website Update for Messiah Lutheran Church - La Crescent, MN

Messiah Lutheran Church - La Crescent, MN

I spent part of today streamlining the church website. Your comments and suggestions are appreciated.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Know Your Enemy

I recently returned from a conference on how to minister to Muslims and help them understand the Gospel of Jesus Christ in a loving way.

While at the conference, we went through the teachings of Islam. It is not a peaceful religion as some would say it is. Then today, I received the article linked below. In many ways it echoed the conference.

Article

God be with us as we love our enemy!

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The Call...

Well, it's happened. I've received a call to another congregation in our synod. St. Peter's Lutheran Church - Lebanon, WI has extended a call to me to be their pastor. I'm right in the middle of the deliberations.

Here's what I need to discern:

  1. Am I still needed where I am?
  2. Would it be beneficial for my present congregation if I stay?
  3. Would it be beneficial for my present congregation if I leave?
  4. Is the Lord challenging me to use my gifts in a different part of His Kingdom at this time?
  5. Is the Lord challenging me to develop another gift which I have in a different part of His Kingdom?
Tough questions! May God's will be done!

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Patriot Day


Today is Patriot Day.

Every year since 9/11/2001 I try to remember the lives that were lost and the lives affected by the terrorist attacks.

I also try to remember that their are forces outside of our country that want us defeated because of the freedoms that we hold dear to our hearts. My thanks go out to the men and women of our Armed Forces that protect us and defend our freedoms.

Get those flags out today! Be proud to be an American and support our troops!

Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Coffee With A Purpose?

I've seen it all now. You can now buy coffee from Concordia Publishing House. The proceeds go to LCMS World Relief and Human Care. Check it out!

Welcome to Concordia Publishing House

I can't wait until they come out with a new Jello brand!

A Scientific View of the Floods

Here is the National Weather Service's view of the floods of August 18 and 19th.

Radar Loop of August 18th-19th Flash Flood - Caution: Slow Download

When It Rains, It Pours!

As many of you are aware our region was flooded by record breaking amounts of rain on August 18 &19. While Messiah Lutheran sustained minor damage to the church office (my basement), others will be recovering for months, perhaps years. Check out this link: The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod - Minn. Pastor Example of Midwest Flooding.

I spoke with Pastor Kruzemark today. They are still recovering from the floods. It's going to take time, but God is with them! He stated that this has provided a ministry opportunity for him in the community.

Please keep Grace, Stockton and St. Mark's, Rushford in your prayers. Some financial support would be appreciated as well, I'm sure!

Thursday, August 23, 2007

Flood Post 1: When we have FEMA do we need GOD?

I am amazed at our dependence on the government for everything! As a firefighter, I'm right in the middle of our "state of emergency" in Southeastern Minnesota. While I am seeing a great deal of goodness in people, I am also hearing some stories. "When is the government going to help? Why didn't someone warn us about this?" There were many more.

My favorite complaint was this... "Why did the owner of the court come and evacuate us? It should have been the Police Chief." Does it matter who helps us? Does it have to be a government official that says, "The water is coming. Get out now!"?

Thankfully, I am also hearing how God was present in our situation. With all the destruction presently surrounding us, the loss of life could have been much worse! My department almost, and really should have, lost 3 firefighters and 1 police officer in a rescue attempt. But God was present. A miracle occurred. Here is more info on that.

This is what we need:
1. We need more personal responsibility. We don't need to wait for the government to tell us when to leave or wait to rebuild until their help arrives. We have become too dependent on government.
2. We need to stop and see God's hand at work. He was present in this flood. He's present today. He'll be present the rest of our days!

Pray for all involved in the flood efforts!

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Pre-Convention Convention

Today, I have an opportunity to sit down with my fellow pastors of the Winona Circuit to discuss the upcoming LCMS convention in Houston, TX.

I believe that some changes need to occur in the "human side" of our church body. Today I'll find out what others think.

It should be an interesting event. The Winona Circuit has a good bunch of guys.

Friday, May 18, 2007

Airfest Update

The Blue Angels are awesome! Today was their practice session for the "real deal" tomorrow. These men can fly! My ears are still ringing and my chest feels tight from the thrust of the engines. You can see more pictures here.
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Thursday, May 17, 2007

Airfest!

After spending 4 days on the river looking for a Hmong family that unfortunately died in the Mississippi River, today (and the rest of the weekend) I have the opportunity to be a part of the water patrol for La Crosse's Airfest. Today was exciting as I was right next to the Blue Angels. I can't wait to see the entire show on the river!

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Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Paid in Full!

Today was a big day for Messiah Lutheran. We gave the final payment to St. Martin's Lutheran Church (Winona) for our land loan. Now the attention of the congregation needs to focus again on building the Kingdom of Christ. Messiah's mission statement reminds us that we are to be about building disciples! "Messiah Lutheran seeks to grow in Christ and to reach out that all may know Him as Savior and Lord of their lives." As we focus on Christ's work and Kingdom, perhaps the Lord will bless us with a building too.


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Tuesday, May 08, 2007

Bunny Wars


My wife has been observing the rabbit vs. dog war that is being waged in our back yard. You can catch up in her blog, Faith-Filled.com. I have now decided to enter the battle. If the rabbits can call in reinforcements so can our dog, Luther.

I figure that the perfect Mother's Day gift for Stephenie this year is a garden that produces vegetables instead of more rabbits...

The trap was set and in place at 14:00 5/8/07. We'll see how long it takes.

I'll keep you posted.
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Use Firefox and the ESV Bible?

If you use Firefox as your web browser and use the ESV Bible translation, you can add an ESV Bible search tool to the browser. I use this feature often!

Go here for more information or to install the plug in.


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Herod's Tomb

While I rejoice in the archaeological finds of people who are spoken of in Scripture, we must remember that faith in Christ is based on those things not seen.

Hebrews 11:1 "Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen."

How has this archaeological find strengthened or weakened your faith? Are there other scientific finds that have affected your beliefs?


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Wednesday, April 25, 2007

It's nice to know someone famous!

My wife, Stephenie, is a contributing author to a new book published by Concordia Publishing House. You can read about it here...

Faith-filled Blog

Congratulations Stephenie!



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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Massacre at VT

My sympathies to all who have been affected by this massacre at Virginia Tech. May Christ send His Spirit of consolation upon all in need!

As one ponders the threats of terrorism and heinous crimes, a few things come to my mind.

1. God didn't want this to happen. This world was created "very good," perfect. We shouldn't blame him for this.

2. This tragedy is a result of sin that has tainted the entire creation because of Adam's fall in Genesis 3. As humans, we need to own this problem and repent.

3. God sent His Son, Jesus Christ, to pay for sin and provide salvation for all who believe in Him. This salvation doesn't take us out of this sinful world; but it does provide hope for all who believe that those who die in faith will have eternal life. We will see them again!

4. Jesus predicted that these types of events would happen in this world but ONE DAY He will come to destroy all evil. Read Matthew 24 and see!

5. I look forward to the day when Christ comes again and delivers us! Come, Lord Jesus, Quickly come!

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Sunday, April 15, 2007

HPV Virus Requirements?

JS Online: Parents, politicians spar over vaccine

The debate over the HPV Vaccine will be an interesting test in ethics and morality. I am for requiring most vaccines. But this vaccine needs a little more attention than chicken pox. It may be giving license to promiscuity.

No one should ever have to go through the struggle of cancer when it can be prevented. This is especially true if one shot can prevent it. Did you know that there is another way to prevent the spread of HPV? It's the KYUmPO vaccine: "Keep Your Unmarried Pants On!"

One cannot get this virus unless they (or the partner) are sexually active with multiple people. This is a sexually transmitted disease! It's like gonorrhea, syphilis, or other STDs. The only difference is that this one has the word "cancer" connected with it. If one keeps sexual activity within the confines of marriage and marries an individual who is sexually pure, there is no need for the vaccine.

Where this gets sticky is "What about rape?" What about the female who is raped by a man who is a "carrier" of HPV? She would be infected and possibly develop cervical cancer later in life. Does this female need another lifelong reminder of the rape? No way!

I think the best solution to the spread of HPV is an ongoing Christian conversation with our children beginning at a very young age. I heard recently that the average first sexual encounter is now 14. This is outrageous! Children need to know that sexuality must be kept within the boundaries of marriage. They should learn this, not from the schools, but from their parents! Perhaps in this discussion we can see that God gave us the 6th Commandment out of love for us knowing the consequences of sexual activity outside of marriage.

We give our children too much permission in the sexuality area for fear that we may "sexually repress them." Out of fear of alienation we allow our children to be in opposite-sex relationships at 10 years old (or 6 and think it's just cute.) Out of fear, we let them make decisions about clothing that advertises their sexuality. Out of fear, we teach them how to use contraceptives. And now out of fear, we give our daughters a vaccine because we are under the belief system that these kids cannot control themselves and are going to "do it" anyway. (Evolution says we're all animals; now we all act like them too.)

Should a female child receive the vaccine? I would say probably yes. We don't want our children to have cancer when they grow up. The vaccine is less invasive than the treatments of cervical cancer. The vaccine is cheaper than cancer treatments too. But long before the vaccine is administered (starting at age one) we need to have conversations with our children about sexuality so they can have a healthy understanding of it and realize that this is a great gift that God has given to us.


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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Local Area ELCA Churches Discuss Their Current Path...

It looks like not everyone in the ELCA is happy with the church bodies' disregard for God's Word. From what I have observed and heard second-hand, I would have to agree with the assessment of those in dissent. Unfortunately the church body's leadership is wandering from God's Word and it is trickling down in the ranks.

Christ doesn't want his believers fighting. However, he does call all Christians to remain true to God's Word and combat heresy. The only way that heresy can be overcome is by reading Scripture, discussing it, and following it alone. I pray that the scheduled discussion will be God-pleasing and produce repentance.

I've been watching the Word Alone network for some time. I hope they (through the power of the Word) can have an effect and bring the church body back to Scripture. The fact that the Word Alone network exists shows that we need to be careful in labeling the individual members of any particular church body. There may be a few exceptions to the bunch. Pray for them all!

See the article here: La Crosse Tribune - 6.0

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Radio Opportunity

I recently was asked to substitute for KFUO's radio program called, "The Bible Study". I looked at it as a chance to stretch my horizons. The topic was Revelation chapter 5.

I was nervous. This was my first opportunity to do a life Q&A radio program. But I found the experience to be a rewarding one.

If you wish, you can listen to the radio broadcast from your computer at www.kfuo.org.

Don't be too hard on me with the comments.


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This Joyful Eastertide!

With Lent past and the celebration of Jesus' resurrection in full swing, perhaps I can get back to blogging a bit.



Thanks for your patience!



Christ has risen! Alleluia!





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Friday, January 12, 2007

Internet Ministry Opportunities

This evening (yes Friday night) I was working on my church bulletin. Having high-speed internet, I was also online at the same time. Within two hours I received two separate Instant Messages via yahoo of single men who were lonely. Were they hitting on me? I hope not! If so, the conversations quickly changed to Christ and his love.

Both of these men discussed the despair and out-of-control addictions that are in their lives. What an opportunity! I listened (or more accurately read) their comments and tried to direct them to the King of peace, Jesus Christ. On the second IM, we concluded with a prayer! I wish I would have done that on the first.

There are so many people in this world who are lonely, depressed, looking, etc. Perhaps I need to be online, working on the church bulletin on Friday night, more often. Perhaps the church at large needs to find ways of ministering better online.

Pray for these men. Pray also that, as Christians, we can find ways to reach out and help these people who are despairing!

Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Welcome Back Concordia!

Cyberbrethren: A Lutheran Blog: It's Back! It's Here! We are taking orders and shipping!

I use this edition in my weekly men's Bible study. I appreciate its readability and quality of work.


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Sunday, January 07, 2007

Patience Pays Profit

FOXNews.com - Researchers Report Alternative Stem-Cell Source in Amniotic Fluid - Science News | Current Articles

It's amazing how opponents of using aborted human stem cells receive so much grief when there are alternatives that do not cost a human life. Why do we have to be in such a rush when it causes more death and destruction than the original problem?

Being a Christian, I believe that God provides all that we need. I also believe that God has given us our minds and science to develop life-saving cures (without crossing the line of causing more death).

This alternative stem-cell source is an example of these truths. Once again patience pays profit. The researchers have the stem-cells and the human fetus gets to keep his or her life!

On a side note, I've been looking for this news on other sites and for some reason it appears to be missing. Interesting! Why is this news not being reported?





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Monday, January 01, 2007

New Years Resolution Already Complete

My wife, Stephenie, has set a resolution to begin a web site featuring her as a Christian author, one of her life's ambitions.



Well it's January 1, 2007 and she has the beginnings of a page started. Check it out.



May God bless her endeavor!





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