Sermon Archive

The Polar Plunge I’ve never done this myself, but I was there in person a few years ago, when several of...

Star of Wonder On December 21, the winter solstice, my book group took a sunset walk in the Dane County section...

Acolyte Adventures The first time I was asked to take on the role of acolyte was on Christmas Eve when I...

God Speaks I know most of us aren’t taking any or many road trips in these "Covid" times. But one person’s...

Earlier this week we had some new wood-looking vinyl flooring installed at my house. It replaces old flooring in nearly...

Giving Thanks in All Circumstances Well here we are—about to celebrate another holiday in a way we never expected. Tomorrow we will...

“We do not grieve as those who have no hope,” Paul says to the Thessalonians. Yet we still grieve. I...

One Predictable Change As of this morning, we set our clocks back correctly and gained an hour of sleep. As I...

Did you catch today’s Gospel reading (John 8:31-36)? It was short. Just four verses. Barely enough characters to fill up...

A Variety of Denominations We’ve started confirmation for our church’s Middle Schoolers recently. We’re Zooming with about 25 6th graders on...

A Sense of Urgency This parable about a wedding banquet gone wrong is a bizarre story (Matthew 22:1-14). Matthew, our gospel...

Change your Mind The ability of human beings to change our minds forms the basis of how we live our lives...

Chilly Mornings, Warm Beds The weather in these last couple days and nights has shifted. Its chilly out there! I’ve quickly...

Living in Harmony? I don’t know about you, but I am someone who hates disagreement and conflict. About 6 years ago,...