Monthly Archive: June, 2014


I came across this children’s sermon while searching ideas for my own. It was a wonderful illustration of Matthew 5:14-16 so I choose to use it with my kids during Children’s time this week… Continue reading

Show Me

Recently there was a debate between Bill Nye, best known as “the science guy’ and Ken Ham an Australia minister who founded the Creation Museum in Kentucky. They respectfully and cordially argued whether… Continue reading


On my belt clip I keep an assortment of keys for the parsonage, my churches, our three cars, the house in Red Cloud and some odds and ends. Among them is my Dad’s… Continue reading

He Was Lost and is Found.

At a recent Bible study we read the parables of the Lost Sheep, The Lost Coins and the Lost Son (Luke 15: 1-7, 8-10, 11-32). At one point someone asked how Jesus would… Continue reading

Let the children come to me

“Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.” (Matthew 19: 14)    Thanks to Dewey Lienemann for sending this.… Continue reading

Biblical Creation: Which Do We Believe?

Creation stories tend to explain the physical manifestations of how things were created. Mountains and valleys were fashioned by embattled giants or gods seeking power and control of the earth. The Sun was… Continue reading