The Christmas Gospel according to St. John.

Colleagues, I was asked to preach on Christmas Day at our congregation, Bethel Lutheran

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Angels for Advent, and Christmas too–The Message Makes the Messenger.

Colleagues, I had hoped for my spouse to do the text on this year’s

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“Living Well. The Balanced Life.” – The Christmas-issue theme of THE LUTHERAN, the magazine of the ELCA

Colleagues, Fortnight ago I put a PS at the end of ThTh 494 asking

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When You Need to be Healed, You’re a Mission Field

Colleagues Back in October–six postings ago–a “Mission Festival” sermon Continue Reading →

Arthur Carl Piepkorn. A book-review. Part II.

THE SACRED SCRIPTURES AND THE LUTHERAN CONFESSIONS. SELECTED WRITINGS OF ARTHUR CARL PIEPKORN, Ed.

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Arthur Carl Piepkorn

Colleagues, Today another book review. Before I could stop, it got a bit long.

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“Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light” – A Book Review

Colleagues, This week’s Thursday Theologian is Pastor Stephen C. Krueger, Seminex grad, Continue Reading →

Chaplain’s Ministry for Luther’s 524th birthday–and–the 232nd birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps!

Colleagues, U.S. military chaplain Lee Precup–LCMS pastor–passed this on to me for Continue Reading →

Luther as Mission Theologian — 9.5 Theses

Colleagues, This past Monday October 31, the designated day for Reformation Remembrance, a group

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DOES CHRISTIAN MISSION DO MORE HARM THAN GOOD?

Colleagues, When Marie and I set out on our last ELCA Global Mission Volunteer

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