There is a story of pioneers who were heading west across the prairie lands. One morning they woke […]
I have always had an appreciation, perhaps even a fascination, with a good fairy tale. Our children grew […]
One of the great things about music in the Church is how it represents the ongoing praise of […]
I often wonder what my life would be like if certain things did not happen the way they […]
It is tempting to look away from those disabled, broken humans holding their mother’s hands, sitting in front of the 7-11, or fumbling with their lips to say, “Hello.” We write them off as freaks of nature and abnormalities who should not concern us. We would like to think one day no one will suffer like that.
By Paul Koch – This Thursday, on the 4th of July, our nation will celebrate its independence. We […]
By Karl Strenge – The language we used in the proper preface for the Ascension reminded us that […]