Pastor’s Blog (Page 2)

God is Not Dead!

Martin Luther, who many know as being used by God to bring in important truth and Bible light to his people was severely oppressed by Satan with discouragement. Often, Luther would feel persecuted from all sides and abandoned by all. His wife Kate, would try and cheer him up from his sadness and desperation, but […]

Forgetting Carry-on Bag

About three years ago, on vacation in Europe, some mistake happened with Air France that our checked bag never made it to the plane from Washington D.C. to Paris, France. For 3 days my wife and I were without clothes. Thankfully the airline brought it our last night in Paris, for in the morning we […]

God gives great returns

After a series of meetings in the Denver, CO area, it was time to go back home.  Saturday night, back at the hotel I tried to make up my mind whether to pack now or wake up early and pack. I had to leave the hotel around 4:15 am, which meant that I’d have to […]


It’s been a while since I’ve posted on this blog. A couple of months ago, aside from the regular duties of life and work, my parents were flying in. So, those preparations had to be made.  In the back of my mind from the beginning of the day I knew that I had to fill […]

A good pastor is hard to find

One of the toughest tasks a church faces is choosing a good minister. A member of an official board undergoing this painful process finally lost patience. He’d watched the pastoral relations committee reject applicant after applicant for some fault, alleged or otherwise. It was time for a bit of soul-searching on the part of the […]