The group is back to discuss the third woe from Habakkuk chapter 2. As always this discussion can go anywhere!
As we walk down the old paths of the German Reformation, we come to compare Zurich and Strasbourg in two votes taken to end and abolish the Mass in the city. And from those votes we can find a lesson for today.
A solo effort this week because of other pastoral duties. A few thoughts about walking by faith and the vital role of prayer in that walk.
The walk takes us back to Strasbourg, and a new question that arises in 1524. The reformers and the Romanists do battle again over a surprising question of citizenship.
Woe is us. The quest for security and the second woe of Habakkuk as Revs. Powell and Mosley join me for a good discussion that goes some different places.
A lesson in giving up earthly power for the Kingdom of Heaven in the Fraumunster church in Zurich in 1524.
This November marks the 400th Anniversary of the Synod of Dort. St. John’s RCUS desired to mark the occasion. So, in commemoration of that event there is a book about it now out to which Rev. Powell and Mosley and myself contributed along with Rev Frank Walker and Rev. Jim West. It is now available for order. Perhaps you might want to check it out.