Back from a trip, praising God for safety, and having some quick thoughts about the Reformation, then and now, as well as some direction for the future.
Traveling is something we all do and can be stressful. A quick reminder about the wonder of our Great God.
Does God really want you to have that 52 million dollar jet? Did God really say he wanted you to have a new wife and get rid of the old one? What is the church’s response to so-called preachers who pull this sort of stuff. Just a few stray thoughts on the subject.
A quick thought or two taken from some still applicable warnings in the Bern Synod of 1532. Don’t know what that is? Take a listen and find out!
Some quick thoughts about the celebration of Pentecost and the marvelous grace of the Holy Spirit. And of course our daily need for it.
The group cannot get together, so this Quick Thoughts Podcast replaces it, but tries to stay on topic. The sacraments are a means of grace, but not only for the time they are administered. How much would our lives changes if we thought on the meanings of these sacraments more than just when we see them?
A solo podcast follow up on the resurrection of the Lord Jesus Christ. Specifically thinking about his post morning appearances and how he came for Thomas. Jesus’s resurrection and love was and is deeply personal.
Just a Quick Thought on an article published by World Magazine, Kisses of Regret, which blames Joshua Harris and I Kissed Dating Goodbye for causing people to go unmarried and for delaying the skills needed to get married. Ought we blame this book? Listen to find out.
Some recent articles have prompted a few more thoughts about seminary education. Is this really the best way to educate pastors of the church when the seminaries are not part of the church and therefore need not be governed as a church, or follow any of the same ideals as a church?
Just some quick thoughts about bible reading for the new year. And may the Lord bless you in this upcoming 2018.