Today you can download two of my ebooks that have never been in a special promotion for FREE. I hope you can take advantage of it. I listed them in yesterday’s blog post, but wouldn’t you know it, I … Continue reading
1 Peter 2:2-10 & John 14:1-14 If you were given some crayons and paper and your goal was to draw an image of God, what would you draw? We start developing an image of God when we are … Continue reading
Objects needed: pine cones or sweet gum seeds (any seeds with sharp points) for children to hold in their hands. Have any of you ever been hit by a friend? Maybe that friend wanted a toy you were playing … Continue reading
Many people like to use the time during Lent to make a personal attempt to grow in their spirit of love for God. I have developed two options using two books I’ve written that lend themselves to this … Continue reading
In celebration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther posting his 95 Theses on the church doors, I decided it is time to change the cover of my book. I liked the old cover but it really didn’t give … Continue reading
This is just a quick notice that my ebook version of The Lord’s Prayer: Finding New Meanings Within the Language Jesus Spoke can be downloaded FREE from Amazon from Monday through Wednesday, Dec. 26-28. Questions for Bible study are included at … Continue reading
This is one of my favorite quotations by Martin Luther about the use of the law, and it comes from the sermons in his Church Postils. See other quotes here.
John 12:1-8 I appreciate Lady Gaga. If you have ever listened to her album, Born This Way, one of my favorites, you would recognize that she speaks for the ostracized and marginalized of society, those who are not like … Continue reading
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I’m working on a couple of writing projects right now. One is on eternal life and another is on retranslating the Gospels, inserting all the different biblical terms I’m redefining. What I’ve found is that so much of our … Continue reading
Mark 7:24-37 It took me a long time before I finally broke down and bought a portable GPS for my car. That was before smartphones. I’d been holding out like the thrifty Lutheran that I am. I weakened when … Continue reading