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Father’s farewell

May 21, 2016 Change is often necessary, challenging, bittersweet, welcome and probably a group of other assorted emotions. For Father Dave Zimmer, priest at St. more »»

Worshiping God through dance

May 21, 2016 When the Martin family, formerly of Minot, moved to Mississippi last year, they took their newly formed worship dance studio along with the. more »»

REFLECTIONS: Far-reaching teaching of Moms

May 21, 2016 Mother’s Day has recently come and gone but allow me to encourage moms everywhere today with highlights from a recent Mother’s Day message. more »»

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tolley to celebrate 100 years

May 14, 2016 On April 11, 1915, the first Lutheran service of the Missouri Synod was conducted in Tolley by Rev. William Hartman, a traveling missionar. more »»

REFLECTIONS: On the Road to Emmaus…

May 14, 2016 I think of the “Road to Emmaus” story often in my work at Minot State University, where I serve as Campus Pastor for Lutheran Campus Ministry. more »»

REFLECTIONS: What are the characteristics that we have inherited?

April 30, 2016 We often look at children to identify characteristics inherited from their parents. We evaluate eyes, body build and skin tones. Once we get to know them, we also see their temperament. more »»

Lutherans on campus

April 16, 2016 College is a time for exploration and questioning and figuring out your place in the worl. more »»

Concert for a Cause

April 9, 2016 As of the past year or so, food pantries in Minot have been serving more families than possibly ever. more »»

REFLECTIONS: From tax collector to saint

April 9, 2016 His name was Levi Matthew. Though he lived a long time ago, chances are good that you know something about him. He wrote the first book of the New Testament – the Gospel according to Saint Matthew. more »»

24 Hours of Mercy

April 2, 2016 The Gospel writer John is credited with saying, “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free,” in his book and it’s a common belief that most people tend to believe. more »»

REFLECTIONS: Live in Faith, Not in Fear

April 2, 2016 There’s a lingering sense of fear in our community. You don’t have to look far to read about another burglary, assault, or someone accused of a violent crime. more »»

What if the Gospel of Mark was actually the Gospel of Peter?

March 26, 2016 The Gospel of Peter No other piece of literature has been dissected, manipulated or researched as thoroughly as the Bibl. more »»

REFLECTIONS: How do you think of Christ?

March 26, 2016 Every Christmas season, I marvel afresh at the beauty of Handel’s “Messiah.” From the gentle beginning of “Comfort ye, comfort ye, my people . . . more »»

Reaching the flock through radio

March 19, 2016 Jesus the Good Shepherd once said long ago that he would never abandon any member of his flock. Minot’s newest radio station, KFLK The Flock, on 95. more »»

REFLECTIONS: Do we treasure the Bible as some do?

March 19, 2016 “Papa, you’re not at work,” said Alma as she and her brother Aldo entered the kitchen for breakfast. “No, my darling,” answered Papa. more »»

REFLECTIONS: It’s all about Jesus

March 12, 2016 We live in a world consumed with SELF! Many people think and live as if it’s all about them, when actually it’s not. Their focus is living for self and not for Christ and others. more »»

REFLECTIONS: Take a look at your life from God’s perspective

February 20, 2016 Does anyone take God seriously anymore? After all, I read things like, “I have tattoos and road rage, I had sex before I got married, sometimes I swear like a sailor, and yes, I love Jesus, more... more »»

Burned church rising

February 6, 2016 If you think about it, a church is just a building and the people, gathered in Jesus’ name, are the ones who make the churc. more »»

REFLECTIONS: Are we obedient when tested?

February 6, 2016 Recently, I saw a video clip of children being tested by their parents. The children had been taught never to ride with strangers or go into their homes. One specific scenario was during Halloween. more »»

Serving the suffering

January 30, 2016 St. Vincent de Paul, a French Roman Catholic priest born in 1581, dedicated himself to the service of the poor. more »»

 
 

 

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