Living in the Kingdom Revised: Reflections on Luthers Catechism (Lutheran Voices)

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She got them to her office for some privacy while she finished greeting people so she could sit down with them. After two painful hours of pouring out their hurts, their pastor called me to set up an appointment. Two days later, they began a slow process of healing and learning how to have a happier life together. But, you may ask, what happened that led to such an explosive, horrendous episode? They found they had been avoiding conflicts for years by just walking around them, putting up with things to avoid the discomfort of disagreement, and as a result, never resolving longstanding issues.

In stressful times, we can all revert to old unhealthy patterns of communication we have learned where we came from — in our families, in our schools, our churches even! And we lose track of the promise of Jesus of life abundant — good, satisfying, fulfilling. The good news is that there are ways to restore relationships that are broken. In the death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, we are being set free from bondage to old unhealthy patterns rooted in fear, resentment, and distrust.

We are being set free to find in our relationships what God promises, and what Jesus died to give us — life that is good, joyful, healthy, whole. Brimming not with hostility hurt and resentment, but with loving, supportive and encouraging words and actions toward one another! Posted on May 18, in Pastor Blogs , Uncategorized. I read the Bible to broaden and enrich my faith and the stories captivated me. The brazen, rebellious and daring story of Jesus in the Temple overturning the tables and driving out the cattle was significant to me.

I only wished to be so bold in faith as to affront hypocrisy and challenge the establishment with such abandonment. This story taught me that right is right and the integrity and solemnity of our worship should be upheld vigorously out of love and respect for the Father. This story in particular tempered my feelings.

I was ok with buying a few bags of Fair Trade coffee now and then when it was offered on a table outside the fellowship hall. I mentally categorized this as an act of charity. The commandeering of a teaching room and the establishment of a retail market in the Church was not the direction I thought we should be taking. A dedicated market place for these items exceeded my definition of charity. I think that the lessons about righteousness, integrity and the solemnity of worship are still valid. A vigorous love and respect for the Father are certainly commendable. Nor does it interfere with worship.

Reformation Refocus, Reflect, Renew Posted on Sep 20, in Pastor Blogs Every month this year the th anniversary year of the Reformation , we will consider one of the 10 commandments as explained by Martin Luther in his Small Catechism, written for parents to help teach the faith to their children.

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What does this mean? What does it mean to be Peacemakers in a climate of hate and violence? Posted on Aug 15, in Pastor Blogs What does it mean to be Peacemakers in a climate of hate and violence? Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons and daughters of God. Jesus, Matthew The entire nation has been rocked again by acts of hatred and violence this past week in Baton Rouge, St.

But I offer some passages of scripture to help us think and pray about our role as peacemakers in challenging times like this… For God did not give us a spirit of fear, but a spirit of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. Not as the world gives, do I give unto you. Let not your hearts be troubled and do not let them be afraid. John He has told you, o human, what is good: And what does the Lord require of you but to do justice, and to love kindness, And to walk humbly with your God?

Micah All this is from God, who reconciled us to himself through Christ, and has given us the ministry of reconciliation.

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That is, God was in Christ, reconciling the world to himself not counting their trespasses against them, and entrusting the message of reconciliation to us. So we are ambassadors for Christ, since God is making his appeal through us: We entreat you on behalf of Christ, Be reconciled to God. Grace and Peace, Pastor Gary. There may be interest in additional small groups centered primarily on hobbies, or physical activity, study, family life marriage enrichment, parenting , mission, or social interaction. Please take advantage of the good they can bring into your life.

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