Reformation Then and Now

Today's devotion will be a bit more like a travelogue, but I wanted to share some highlights of our trip. Last Wednesday we arrived in Prague for several days learning about John Huss, the martyred Reformer who lived a century before Luther. Then...

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Camp Luke Reflections

Last week we offered our annual “Camp Luke” experience. (For those of you who aren’t familiar with the lingo, it’s our version of Vacation Bible School.) It was my eighth year to help lead Summer Splash, and I can truly...

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My Father's Hands

“Even there Your hand will lead me, And Your right hand will lay hold of me.” Psalm 139:10 This is a great Father’s Day story from Guidepost by Buddy Valastro, the star of TV’s Cake Boss. (This story really gets me as I...

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Trinity Sunday and Every Sunday

"God in three persons, blessed Trinity." We will sing that verse this Sunday to start the traditional services recognizing that this is Trinity Sunday. What? You don't have that on your calendar? Come on, there's Christmas, Easter and Trinity...

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Graduates: The Life You Save...

The Georgian writer Flannery O'Connor is one of my favorite authors. My particular favorite title of one of her short stories is The Life You Save May Be Your Own. It's a good motto for graduates. Many of our students are graduating...

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