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Archive for February, 2009

Ash Wednesday Homily

Pastor Mason Beecroft, 02/25/2009

The ash on our foreheads is a sober reminder of death; not death in the abstract, but our death; our very own personal death. Without exception, each one of us will die. Your moment of death will one day arrive. It may come quickly or it may linger, but death will come and take you. “From dust you are and to dust you shall return.”

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Vicar Chris Tiews – 02/22/2009

The Eyes of the Blind Shall be Opened

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Pastor Mason Beecroft, 02/15/2009

Last week, baseball superstar Alex Rodriguez admitted he used anabolic steroids. His admission has shocked the sports world. Alex Rodriguez, A-Rod, is arguably the best hitter of his generation. His performance on the field over his career makes him one of the best ever to play the game. He is the highest-paid baseball player in America and a celebrity. Now he is tarnished. He used banned substances to get ahead. He took illegal drugs to get an edge; to get stronger; to increase his stamina. Would he be so great if he had not received a little help from his friends?

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Pastor Beecroft, 02/15/2009

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Rev. Rudowske with Lutheran Bible Translators gave a presentation about his family’s plan to serve in Botswana starting this August – 02/08/2009

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Pastor Mason Beecroft, 02/1/2009

The glory of America will be on display tonight in Tampa. The Steelers and the Cardinals, football teams with some of the finest, and highest-paid athletes in the world, will compete for the NFL title in the Super Bowl. We know, of course, that the Super Bowl is more than just a game. It has been transfigured into a cultural event. The stands will be packed with the rich and famous. Over one hundred million people from around the world will tune in on television. The accompanying festivities will be decadent and glamorous. Fireworks and smoke, lights and all that will fill the sky. Bruce Springsteen, the Boss, will perform the half-time show. I can’t wait. I wish they would give him an hour rather than twelve minutes. Then there are the commercials. Companies are paying three million dollars for a 30 second spot. It sounds ridiculous in this economy, but consumers will be watching with anticipation. The game, the commercials, the pageantry, and the halftime all make for a glorious show. …

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