Narrativium

One of my favorite authors is a British writer named Terry Pratchett. A thread that traveled through his books, was called narrativium. Narrativium was an element that all people had built into them. What Pratchett meant by using Narrativium was that a part of what made people into human beings was stories. The stronger the … More Narrativium

“Oh, give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for His steadfast love endure forever!”

“Oh, give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for His steadfast love endure forever!” (Psalm 118:29 ESV) Here we go! Holiday time is coming up fast. We have Halloween, oops I mean Reformation, and Thanksgiving, the ladies have the Gingerbread Bazaar that they work toward all year, then Advent, then Christmas, does it … More “Oh, give thanks unto the Lord, for he is good: for His steadfast love endure forever!”

The Water

The weather is turning warmer and the snow is beginning to melt in earnest. As we pray for those who have faced crisis created by spring floods releasing enormous amounts of water in melted snow and rain, we cannot help but to count our blessings here. The moisture this winter has been good for us. … More The Water

“Behold The Man”

“Behold the man!” proclaimed the unwitting preacher Pontius Pilate in one of the shortest yet most profound sermons ever recorded. This will be our endeavor this Lententide and Easter Sunday. Behold the man, God in human flesh, Jesus. His incarnation will provide the basis for our meditation and proclamation on His Passion. And His real … More “Behold The Man”