How should The Church treat and use A.I.?
Time for some braggin’! This beautiful woman is incredible. She’s an amazing wife, mom, daughter, sister, and friend. She does so much for so many and is generous with her time, encouragement, and gifts. When we got married, she attended and received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the prestigious Brown School of Social…
Graduated from Concordia Seminary-St. Louis 25 years ago.
It’s hard to believe, but 30 years ago today I graduated from Concordia University — Nebraska! Back then, you actually got your actual diploma when you walked across the stage; or so I thought. I should back up… When I was In Nebraska during the cold winters, instead of having tissues in the classrooms to…
Reality of Easter
Patient, hope-filled, assured anticipation. The sting of yesterday hangs heavy in the air. But tomorrow’s coming. And it changes everything!
Blessed Good Friday to you.
A blessed Maunday Thursday observance to you!
Here’s a video from the 2021 LCMS Life March online conference I took part in last March. (I was sitting in the corner of our old, empty house as I had some items to take care of there before we put it on the market.)
It is a day that we have been wondering about, hoping, and praying about for quite some time. There were many times I was doubtful that it would happen at all and, if so, how. This started coming to a head when Ben kept asking about Communion and wanting to partake himself. He was showing…
Here is a dialog presentation I did at the “Support After Abortion – Healing Virtual Conference” this morning.
WE REALLY NEED HELP from someone who knows home ARCHITECTURE (and is INEXPENSIVE). Do you know of anyone?? Contact Jen or me, please!
The second-to-last time the four of us were in Nina’s home. Read about the end of this leg of the journey.
Two years ago today my mother-in-law received her Crown of Glory. Even so, we mourn and miss. I love you, mom!