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Why, God?

New Day Sermon – Lent 3 Watching the news today can give us knots in our stomach; mass shootings, natural disasters that claim property and lives, war and violence. We begin to wonder where God is in all of this and could God stop it?

Lent 3 Sunday Preview

So he said to the gardener, ‘See here! For three years I have come looking for fruit on this fig tree, and still I find none. Cut it down! Why should it be wasting the soil?’ He replied, ‘Sir, let it alone for one more year, until I dig around it and put manure on…

Holy Mosh Pit

(Please be aware that during the season of Lent, these weekly devotions will be arriving in your inbox on Tuesdays.) Chaos … it looked like human chaos.  People all over the place … clots of three, four and seven people …different topics circulating in each group … loud laughter … all fueled by Anne’s cookies…

Camp Sunday

New Day Sermonlent 2 This week we welcomed guest preacher Zach Weiss for Camp Sunday at St. Peter’s. Zach is the Director of Camp Kirchenwald in Colebrook and he preached on the gospel and the importance of camp in Christian formation.

Camp Sunday March 17

It’s not too soon to be dreaming about the summer, and DEFINITELY not too soon to be thinking about going to camp! On Sunday March 17, Zach Weiss, the director of Camp Kirchenwald will be visiting St. Peter’s and leading some conversation and fun-filled activities centered around camp. Lutherans and Camping The Lutheran Camping Corporation…

Crossed Palms

(Please be aware that during the season of Lent, these weekly devotions will be arriving in your inbox on Tuesdays.) I see them a few dozen times a day … every time I walk in or out of my office.  They sit in a wicker wine bottle basket just inside the door to my office. …

Battling with Diabolos

I’ve never been in a true wilderness.  I’ve come close, I suppose.  When I was a student at Furman University in South Carolina back in the 70’s, there were places in neighboring Pickens County that were pretty remote and where people were few and far between.  Nature … and home-made moonshine stills  … ruled the…