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What is Lutheran Worship?

Reformation Sunday happens this weekend. It is the time when Lutherans tend to wear red and celebrate what a wild and outspoken monk named Martin did 501 years ago in Germany. He was willing to speak truth to power and face the consequences of doing so. We are in the midst of our series A […]

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God in the End

We come to the end of our Summer Worship Series this weekend. We have journeyed through section four of Brian McLaren’s book We Make the Road by Walking. This series is called Alive and we have explored how the Holy Spirit empowers us to move into deeper levels of aliveness in this amazing creation. This […]

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faith formation in a secular age andy root

Faith Formation in a Secular Age by Andy Root | #visualnotes

Andy Root is a professor at Luther Seminary and a thought leader in youth ministry, young adults, family, church, and culture. I had the privilege to hear Andy present the big concepts in his book Faith Formation in a Secular Age at Luther this week. I was on campus all week co-teaching a group of Doctor […]

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Five big worldview questions

Why the Incarnation is So Important

I had another convergence experience this morning. It was the convergence of our text for this week, John 3:1-21, with Richard Rohr’s daily meditation, and the presentation I made to our 9th graders this past Sunday. First, our text records the conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus. Nicodemus is “in the dark” and Jesus said that […]

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