1Corinthians 1:18-31 Figuring Out God?

Hello Family! I hope and pray you’re having a wonderful day!

You might be experiencing what the rest of the world–and country–is going through. There are lots of struggles in peoples’ lives. There are also the “elites” who seem to know what’s best for people. There are power struggles going on internationally as well. And there’s talk of globalist movements toward a New World Order and the Great Reset. It seems that the World Economic Forum (WEF) and World Health Organization (WHO) have a lot of say in this as well.

This is not a political message, but a theological one. God is in charge. These types of things were happening during Paul’s day as well. God has already ushered in His New World Order through the cross and the empty Easter tomb in Jesus Christ!

Readings for Epiphany 4: Micah 6:1-8; Psalm 15; 1Corinthianns 1:18-31; Matthew 5:1-12

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I love you guys! Dad

1Corinthians 1:10 There’s A Hole In The Bucket!

Hi Family! How’re things going? I pray all is going well in life and that there are no holes in your buckets!

Readings for Epiphany 3: Isaiah 9:1-4; Psalm 27; 1Corinthians 1:10-18; Matthew 4:12-25

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Keep your buckets full with Jesus! I love you guys!


1Corinthians 1:2 How Do You Identify?

Hello Family!

‘Woke’ and ‘Wokeness’ are words that are heard a LOT lately over the last few years. What does all this mean? And why is it so confusing? Is it something that I should care about, or can I simply ignore it?

This is really confusing for most people, and understandably so. It seems easier to simply ignore this and live my life in my own world and my own circles. Nevertheless, a woke world now defines people, whether they know it or not, or whether people want it or not.

So, what’s your identity? How does a woke culture define you? How do you identify? Wokeness is really nothing new because Paul needed to deal with a woke world and wokeness over 2000 years ago. Spoiler alert! It has to do with Jesus! It ALWAYS does.

2nd Sunday in Epiphany Readings: Isaiah 49:1-7; Psalm 40:1-11; 1Corinthians 1:1-9; John 1:29-42

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But It’s Just Water. Right? (Baptism of Jesus; Matthew 3:13-17)

Happy New Year Family!

What’s 2023 going to hold for this year? We don’t know. But God knows!

Baptism is a gift from God that does many things. However, there are lots of people–Christians and non-Christians like–who don’t fully understand what great things God does for His people in Baptism. God tells us some of what HE does for US in the Baptism of Jesus!

Readings: Isaiah 42:1-9, Psalm 29, Romans 6:1-11, Matthew 3:13-17

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Christmas Day! John 1:14 Have You Been Plutoed?

Hi Family!!

‘Merry’ in the Olde English means ‘mighty and strong’. This is the season we remember the reason. It’s all about God’s greatest gift to all humanity. And still, so many still refuse to receive this free gift with no strings attached.

Readings: Isaiah 52:7-10; Galatians 4:4-7; John 1:1-14

Luke 2:1-20 in the King James–just because it’s Christmas!

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Have a blessed and Mighty Christmas with the Child born in Bethlehem’s manger!

I love you guys! Dad

Isaiah 7 & Matthew 1: Christmas Crossroads

Good day Family!!

It’s almost Christmas! Are you listening to your favorite Christmas songs? Are you watching some of your favorite Christmas movies? As you know, A Christmas Carol (the 1951 version with Alistair Sim) is my favorite. The three spirits visit Scrooge who is at a crossroad in his life at Christmastime.

The Bible tells of Christmas crossroads as well.

Readings for Advent 4: Isaiah 7:10-17; Psalm 24; Matthew 1:18-25

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Have a WONDERFUL week this week as we prepare to celebrate the birth of Jesus! He’s the reason for the Season afterall.

I love you guys! Dad

Isaiah 35 (Advent 3) Are Your Bags Packed?

Hi Family!

We’re getting closer to Christmas! I know that some of you can’t make it home here for the Holiday, and we’ll greatly miss you!

Isaiah 35 has something to say about Christmas and coming home for the Holiday. Spoiler alert! It has to do with the Christ Child, Jesus!

Readings for Advent 3 Isaiah 35, Psalm 146, James 5:7-11, Matthew 11:2-15

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Mom and I are grateful for those who will be here for Christmas, and we’ll be with the rest of you in the Christmas Spirit (the Holy Spirit)!

I love you guys! Dad

Advent 2; Isaiah 11:1 Do You Have The Main Ingredient?

Hello Family!

Are you getting your Christmas shopping done? Will any of you be baking anything this Christmas season? I know I will. I’ll be making Christmas stollen again. Make sure to use the right ingredients.

This is Advent 2. We’re a few weeks from Christmas. What are the ingredients in your life? What gives you hope in this world?

Readings for Advent 2: Isaiah 11:1-10; Psalm 72:1-7, 18; Romans 15:4-13; Matthew 3:1-12

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I love you guys! Dad

Luke 21:8, 13 What Time Is It?

Hello Family! Do you know what time it is? It’s time to begin plans for Thanksgiving and Christmas!! But there’s more to time than simply time itself. Have you made plans for the time when the time comes when there is no more time? That’s what Jesus tell His disciples in today’s Gospel reading.

The Christian Church is winding down the Church Calendar. There are only a couple of Sundays remaining until the Christian Church begins Its new year with Advent 1. So, this is the time to consider what time it is. Not only today, but everyone should consider the time each and every day, for the time is at hand.

Readings for the 2nd Last Sunday in the Church Year: Malachi 4, Psalm 98, 2Thessalonians 3:1-13, Luke 21:5-36

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Luke 18:9-18 How Wide Is Your Periphery?

Howdy Family! Hope you’re all having a wonderful fall week! It’s my favorite time of year.

Do you know what periphery means? Peripheral vision? Periphery means the outside boundary. Peripheral comes from that word as well. It works with the outer boundaries.

Today’s readings look at peripheries. And our peripheries are affected by what’s at the center.

Readings (Proper 25C): Genesis 4:1-15; 2Timothy 4:6-8, 16-18; Luke 18:9-17

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Have a GREAT week! I love you guys! Dad