Series B, 18th Sunday after Pentecost, Worth Doing Badly
To teach His disciples the right way of peace, Jesus first attacked their desire to have peace by dominating others. This sort of “peace” is like gaining control of one’s body by amputating the offending member. Jesus’ alternative peace is salt-like drawing out and joining together foods’ flavours without notice until it is missing.
Martin Luther's hope, The Lutheran Inquisitor
Two-part interview with Asger Højlund, Professor Emeritus of Theology at the Congregational Faculty in Aarhus, Denmark.
Is there too much talking out loud in church?, Cross Encounters
The question of silence and personal engagement in worship is a topic that arises from time to time. A few thoughts this week.
Scrapped gifts, The Lutheran Hour
The work God gives us to do in this world has an unfinished quality about it. Hear how God saves our scraps and re-gifts them with Easter possibility.
Lutheran Radio News
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