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Caught Up in the Kingdom

By Sheryl Erickson | January 27, 2021

Mark’s Gospel Last week we deviated from reading through the gospel of Mark, when we heard the story of Jesus calling two disciples as recorded in the gospel of John.…

Reconciliation

By Chris Enstad | January 21, 2021

A long time ago, as a student in seminary, I was pulled into an extremely heated debate regarding full communion with the Episcopal Church.  I was a very polemic voice…

The Plunge

By Sheryl Erickson | January 14, 2021

The Polar Plunge I’ve never done this myself, but I was there in person a few years ago, when several of our church pastors and staff took the plunge. The…

The Word Became Flesh

By Sheryl Erickson | January 7, 2021

Star of Wonder On December 21, the winter solstice, my book group took a sunset walk in the Dane County section of Pheasant Branch Conservancy.  We had a good hike…

God Gives Us Hope

By Dara Schuller-Hanson | December 31, 2020

Acolyte Adventures The first time I was asked to take on the role of acolyte was on Christmas Eve when I was 12.  My family was often assigned as the…

Advent Reflection | Wednesday, December 23

By Chris Enstad | December 23, 2020

Today’s A Weary World Rejoices story comes from Pastor Chris Enstad: Human beings are not built for waiting. All of the parts that God has knit together into our bodies speak…

Blue Christmas 2020

By Sheryl Erickson | December 17, 2020

God Speaks I know most of us aren’t taking any or many road trips in these “Covid” times. But one person’s writing recently reminded of some roadside billboards that were…

The Beginning of the Good News

By Sheryl Erickson | December 10, 2020

Earlier this week we had some new wood-looking vinyl flooring installed at my house. It replaces old flooring in nearly every room on our main level; kitchen, eat-in area, family…

A Thanks-Giving Observed

By Sheryl Erickson | November 25, 2020

Giving Thanks in All Circumstances Well here we are—about to celebrate another holiday in a way we never expected. Tomorrow we will eat a meal alone or perhaps together with…

Hope

By Sheryl Erickson | November 12, 2020

“We do not grieve as those who have no hope,” Paul says to the Thessalonians. Yet we still grieve. I saw it with my own eyes and felt it in…