“Dry Bones” Meditation

Hello friends! I am very sorry about this post coming out so late! My laptop was with the computer Doctor this week after having a panic attack and meltdown! 🙂 This sermon is from Ezekiel 37:1-14. I would recommend cracking open your Bible and giving it a quick read before you read the sermon ifContinue reading ““Dry Bones” Meditation”

“Big God” Meditation

Sermon for Gethsemane Lutheran on the Fourth Sunday in Lent I get to drive and travel a lot. Not as much as any of our professional drivers in the church, but still, quite a bit. This isn’t new for me, before, through much of the country for school, then in New Jersey and back andContinue reading ““Big God” Meditation”

“Tough Hope” Meditation

This week’s sermon I wrote for Gethsemane Lutheran and it was delivered by my friend, Matt Connelly. _________________________________________________________________________________________________ Today’s lesson, written by the Pastor Paul to the church in Rome, reminds us about the toughness of the Christian hope. Hope in itself is a funny thing because you can’t touch hope or feel hope withContinue reading ““Tough Hope” Meditation”

“War of the Worlds vs. Jesus”

Today, God’s Word is directing us to think about God’s story of salvation and how we place ourselves in the great story of redemption that God has written for all of humanity. When I say the word story, I want to make sure we are all on the same page. In one sense when weContinue reading ““War of the Worlds vs. Jesus””

“Glimpse of Heaven” Meditation

Meditation for Transfiguration Sunday from Matthew 17:1-9 And after six days Jesus took with him Peter and James, and John his brother, and led them up a high mountain by themselves. And he was transfigured before them, and his face shone like the sun, and his clothes became white as light. And behold, there appearedContinue reading ““Glimpse of Heaven” Meditation”

“Eye for an Eye” Meditation

Sitting in Panera on Friday, working on this sermon, a group of older men were joking around about one of their companions complaining about his back pain. They started calling out at him “survival of the fittest,” and “the weak will perish!” and hunched over his chair, he said, “your right, I’m a goner.” InContinue reading ““Eye for an Eye” Meditation”

“Honesty” Meditation

I’m sorry friends that this post was late coming. We just celebrated our week of birthdays with the kids and I’m still working from a sugar coma! Thank you Tammy for giving me some good motivation 🙂 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Let me share with you some things my kids have said after they got caught red-handed doingContinue reading ““Honesty” Meditation”

“Blessed Blessing” Meditation

“You are the salt of the earth. But what good is salt if it has lost its flavor? Can you make it salty again? It will be thrown out and trampled underfoot as worthless. “You are the light of the world—like a city on a hilltop that cannot be hidden. No one lights a lamp andContinue reading ““Blessed Blessing” Meditation”

Camels Unite Against the Bible?

I came across this article today about ancient camels and how they are supposed to debunk the ancient stories of Genesis. Please read below.  New Evidence Using Carbon Dating Contradicts the Bible, Israeli Archeologists Claim  I really don’t want to have a huge discussion about carbon dating to try and use it as a strawContinue reading “Camels Unite Against the Bible?”

“Three Tempting Myths” Meditation

Whenever you start a conversation off about temptations and how Christians work through them it almost seems obligatory to tell that really worn joke about a fishing hook, a tasty worm and a fish and when the fish takes a bite out of the tasty worm it is hooked and pulled wherever the fisherman wantsContinue reading ““Three Tempting Myths” Meditation”