I watched this video from LCMS President Rev. Dr. Matthew Harrison about a week ago and wanted to share it at the start of worship this weekend in church.
When I’m tired, I tend to do things I shouldn’t. I’m not talking doing things that are bad or would get me locked up. No, it is kind of like me doing things and believing in ideas that, when I am rested and ready to tackle the day, would never cross my mind. The tiredness … Continue reading Monday Morning 10.16
This morning at around 11, I left Englewood Hospital after visiting someone. As I walked back to my car parked in front of Brookside Cemetery on Engle Street, as I walked just beyond the ambulance bays for the emergency room, a man came up to me. He was wearing a Batman tee-shirt and smoking a … Continue reading The Slotted Spoon
You ate what for breakfast? A banana. That's it? Yeah. A banana. Don't you think that you should something more substantial than just a banana? No, I wasn't hungry. So you ate just a banana. Yes. And drank two cups of coffee? Anything in the coffee? No, just black. You wake up in the morning … Continue reading Bananas, Bees, and Breakfast
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A friend is over in Germany right now "following in the footsteps of Martin Luther." He's on a ten-day tour of the places that made the Lutheran Reformation the single greatest movement that changed the world forever. The Lutheran Reformation wasn't just an act that changed the Christian Church by releasing the Gospel from its captivity, … Continue reading Without a Shepherd
Forget lazy, self-centred or cocky — the truth about most millennials is they’re absolutely hopeless when it comes to basic life and workplace skills, experts say. Research shows young adults are comfortable putting themselves “out there” online, but all that time glued to screens has raised a generation incapable of small talk, critical thinking, and... via … Continue reading Millennials might as well be ‘Generation Hopeless’ — New York Post