April 26, 2020 Luke 24:13-35 During this pandemic, we have seen many people stepping up to try new things and to reach out to their sisters and brothers around the world. If you are a fan of talk shows, many have found ways to record from home, like what we have been doing Sunday morning.… Continue reading Jesus opens your heart to love!
The tomb is empty
April 12, 2020 Easter Sunday Matthew 28:1-10 Everything happened so quickly for Jesus, the disciples really did not get a chance to say their proper goodbyes as it was Joseph of Arimathea that took the honor of taking Jesus down from the cross; preparing him for burial. As soon as the sabbath was over and… Continue reading The tomb is empty
Communion in a time of QUARANTINE
“For times like these, when our heart feels too sorely pressed, this comfort of the Lord’s Supper is given to bring us new strength and refreshment.” Martin Luther in The Large Catechism As we find ourselves in this time of orders to “Stay Home, Stay Safe,” the question arises if we should be partaking in… Continue reading Communion in a time of QUARANTINE
April 5, 2020 Palm Sunday Matthew 21:1-11 I was speaking with a member of Trinity earlier this week and we were talking about the major national and global events that have helped shape our lives. Now, she has just a few years on me since those events in history that helped shape her life include… Continue reading Moving forward
It is okay to grieve!
March 29, 2020 John 11:1-45 Grief. It is a part of the human condition that many of us would rather forego. It hurts. Often grief may hit us at the most unexpected times catching us by surprise and leaving us not knowing how to process or cope. I was caught off guard this past week… Continue reading It is okay to grieve!