Tag: Justice

Draw Near to Justice

December 16, 2018 Advent 3 Luke 3:7-18 This is the time of year that many people live for. The festivities and parties. The lights and the pageantry. The giving and the receiving.  While we may be in the season of Advent in the church,… Continue Reading “Draw Near to Justice”

Where Do Your Feet Take You?

August 13, 2017 Romans 10:5-15 The selection from Paul’s letter to the Romans opens the possibility for us to discuss a dirty little word that scares us in the Lutheran church. It is a word that makes people cringe whenever they hear it. At… Continue Reading “Where Do Your Feet Take You?”

It isn’t Easy to Follow Jesus

January 29, 2017 Matthew 5:1-12 I don’t know about you, but I have always been a little anxious when starting something new. Whether it be a new school year with new teachers, or a new job with several new people to meet. Perhaps, I… Continue Reading “It isn’t Easy to Follow Jesus”

Jesus is for Everyone?

Luke 4:21-30 Grace and peace to you from God our Father, and our Lord Jesus Christ. Tony Campolo, a well known sociologist and pastor, tells a story of a time that he was in Hawaii and could not sleep at night/early morning due to… Continue Reading “Jesus is for Everyone?”