Pastor’s blog – February 2023

Sore Toes Luke 12: 13-21 tells the parable of a farmer who is blessed with an abundant crop, it’s such an abundant harvest that he decides to tear down his old barns and build bigger ones.  By doing this, he can sit back, relax, drink, and be merry!  But then the...

Pastor’s blog – January 2023

Our projected voice It happens all the time.  You’re in church, or a conference, or a large meeting and someone stands up to speak.  The person is offered a microphone, but refuses saying, “I don’t need that, I’m loud enough.”  Loud they may be, but more times than...

Pastor’s blog – December 2022

Walking with Matthew In my circle of pastor friends, here’s a question that often comes up: “What is your favorite Gospel?”  And it seems like each time I give a different answer.  Many times my answer is “Luke”, I guess because of its length, detail, and emphasis on...

Pastor’s blog – November 2022

Your Pie I know this is going to sound like a commercial, but I’d like to share with you my favorite pizza place in the area.  It’s called Your Pie and they’re located in Penn Laird.  There are many things I like about this place.  First of all, their pizza is...

Pastor’s blog – October 2022

Pull-ups Recently, as I was changing my grandson’s “Pull-Up” diaper, I was reminded of doing pull-ups when I was bit younger.  I remember practicing them for the Presidential Physical Fitness Award.  I remember a screaming drill sergeant in the Air Force demanding...

Pastor’s blog – September 2022

Leftover Parts The box arrives from Amazon and I carefully use my pocketknife to open it with great anticipation.  The new riding toy for my granddaughter has arrived.  I can’t wait to assemble it and see her face when she goes zipping down the sidewalk.  The first...