From personal experience I can say that this type of preaching of condemnation of average people could facilitate many responses most of which are disgust, anger, shame or outright dismissal. It was not but a year ago that I myself witness the reaction of anger from an LGBT student who didn’t take kindly to the
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America is a true cornucopia of languages, arts, culture, skills and of course religions. Religious freedom has been a part of the nation’s core identity since its conception and implementation in 1789. The first amendment to the constitution enshrines for us the freedom of religion, the right to practice whatever faith we believe in as
Lutheran Campus Ministries Welcome Week Community BBQ “Hot Dogs in the Kingdom” Friday August 28th Carpool from Chaplain’s Lounge, 5-7 pm Lower Level Hendricks Chapel to First English Lutheran
Speaking for our church Bishop Eaton calls us to repent. This tragedy expresses the power of evil that has a hold on all of us. Racism is with among and in us. The faith of the victims loved ones brings us hope. Their ability to forgive shows the power of God to over come hate with
It was not but a year ago that I myself witness the reaction of anger from an L.G.B.T student who didn’t take kindly to the condemning of homosexuals from an street preacher. Both persons exchanged harsh words and insults then proceeded on with their day. To think that it was only 70 years prior that
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This was posted on the Hendricks Chapel Ask A Chaplain Blog In the Christian calendar Halloween falls on the eve of All Saints Day (All Hallows Day) when the saints and martyrs are honored and remembered, and the power of death is acknowledged and defied. In America it is widely celebrated with customs (costumes, and
Why did God choose the Middle East and Europe for his revelation and leave the rest of the world until much later?
Jesus was born in the geopolitical area known today as the Middle East. He was born a Jew. Today, with our global consciousness the Judeo-Christian scriptures can sound exclusive or at least preferential to the Middle East especially with how often Israel is mentioned. However, but with a closer look this specificity is actually an
By Rev. Craig Herrick Pastor of First English Lutheran Church We don”t seem to require Lutherans for us to do ministry. I”m a city pastor and Lutherans are few and far between but the congregation I serve serves a city neighborhood and a city with what I call a “Lutheran presence”. I think it”s much