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The Rev. Dr. Joy J. Moore, Professor of Biblical Preaching at Luther Seminary in Saint Paul, Minnesota, begins today’s sermon by quoting Elton John’s song, “If There’s A God In Heaven (What’s He Waiting For?)”...
“About a year ago a house on my way to and home from church got painted pink. All the other houses along that street are plain-colored, ordinary-looking houses. That whole house, however, from the ground...
“I’m pregnant!” Father Michael Renninger, pastor of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Richmond, Virginia, overheard his 67-year-old mother say on the telephone. He, of course, was confused. Later his mother said to him, “Michael, didn’t...
“‘I once was lost but now am found. Was blind but now I see.’ I can’t begin to count how many times I’ve sung these famous lines from John Newton’s “Amazing Grace.” I learned the...
After taking some time to sort out its proper pronunciation, Michael Renninger says, “Saint Paul’s letter to Philemon is the shortest book in the Bible. It has only 25 verses. In this short letter, Paul...
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