Ebola and loving our neighbor

Ebola and loving our neighbor

It’s living in love, risking in love, being connected in love.

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It’s difficult work having faith

Having faith can be difficult

It's sometimes hard to trust in the promises of a God we cannot see.

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Why do we worship

Why do we worship?

It’s a special time when we are brought close to the glory of God.

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The feast day of St. Matthias

The feast day of St. Matthias

He was chosen to replace Judas Iscariot among the 12 apostles.

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The imposition of ashes

The imposition of ashes

This tradition turns into a public declaration of what I believe.

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Lent: Taking up faith practices

Lent: Taking up faith practices

You can learn ways to integrate them into your daily life.

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Trusting that God will remember

Trusting that God will remember

The rainbow is intended to help God remember God’s promise.

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Theology-on-tap Bible study

Theology-on-tap Bible study

Here are eight things I’ve learned about starting new ministries.

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Ash Wednesday in a messy world

Ash Wednesday in a messy world

Resist the urge to escape the sullenness of the day too quickly.

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Blogs

Posts by ELCA members offering a variety of viewpoints and opinions.

Open to all

Open to all

We are not a perfect community by any means, but because of the awesome love of God, we are committed to being a welcoming congregation.

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Pointing the way?

Pointing the way?

Rather than speculate about what keeps others away from worship, the question should be, what brings us to church, and then, how successful we are in communicating that to others?

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