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The Impact of the Internet and Engaging it Faithfully

Session 4: The Impact of the Internet and Engaging it Faithfully This is the third part of a now eight-part series on faith in a digital age. It expanded due to the richness of the discussion on the internet and … Continue reading

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An Ongoing Reference to Luther’s Works

I am a Lutheran pastor but not a Lutheran scholar and the breadth of Luther’s works makes them a staggering task to approach. As a part of my study of various books of the scriptures I have also made it … Continue reading

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Images for the Seventh Sunday after Epiphany

This is another week where some of the linkages artistically are more difficult, since it is Jesus talking about loving enemies, going the second mile, turning the other cheek. There may be images out there that reflect this but I … Continue reading

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Images for the Sixth Sunday After Epiphany, Lectionary 6A

Continuing in the Sermon on the Mount where Jesus interprets the commandments. The ideas for many of these images come out of the images in my copy of Luther’s Small Catechism around the fifth, sixth and eighth commandments     … Continue reading

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Images for the Fifth Sunday After Epiphany, Lectionary 5A

It is more abstract this week, if you want images for the Sermon on the Mount in General look back at the Fourth Sunday after Epiphany. This week is Matthew 5: 13-20: Jesus telling the disciples they are the salt … Continue reading

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Images for the Fourth Sunday After Epiphany

This is the beginning of the Sermon on the Mount      

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Living a Godly Life-A Sermon on Trusting

“No one can serve two masters; for a slave will either hate the one and love the other, or be devoted to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and wealth. “Therefore I tell you, not to … Continue reading

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