Posts Tagged "sermon"


I don’t like losing my keys. Not because of the inconvenience, or being late, or turning over every leaf and cushion to find them. I don’t like losing my keys because of what it exposes in me.   Normally I am a fairly competent, thoughtful, productive, spiritual, kind, and generally easy-going person. When I lose my keys, those attributes are in a danger of being exposed as a façade. I am afraid that all of those good things...

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This past weekend was a rare event where both Easter and April Fool’s fall on the same day. This happens approximately every 67 years – so it will happen once in my life time.  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity!  Here is my sermon from this past Sunday : _________________ If you don’t believe in the resurrection you are a fool. Easter fools – that is what the apostle Paul wants us to be – fools for Easter. The whole thing kind...

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This Sunday (Nov 5) is going to be an interesting conversation.  Pastor Bo has invited his friend Brett Stuvland to come to the table and help him through something. The passage that gets called ‘the Lord’s Prayer’ has a couple of problems. Bo is going to point them out and Brett is going to attempt to explain them. Come be a part of the...

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We are going to try something different for the next 6 weeks. Normally the sermon/homily comes up front and then later somebody comes to the table to chat with Pastor Bo about an issue or idea. For the next 6 weeks, those will be flipped. Early in the service there will be an idea or inspirational message. Later, a passage of scripture will be read and then talked about at the table. This is an experiment in conversational sermons....

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