Update: Minneapolis

Update: Minneapolis

Brothers and Sisters, George Floyd died a week ago. With all that has transpired since then in Minneapolis, I have been asked to share with you how Ebenezer Lutheran Brethren Church is faring. I want to do that, along with one thought. As of June 2, the people of...
One Little Word Shall Fell Him

One Little Word Shall Fell Him

I am becoming ever more convinced that the Western world doesn’t know quite what to do with the character of Satan. And by all accounts it seems that my hypothesis may be correct. A 2009 study by George Barna found that 59% of those who claimed to be Christian agreed...
Separated by Sin

Separated by Sin

I really wish I was perfectly good! As a kid I grew up thinking I was pretty good. I could compare myself to my friends and thought I came off favorably. I did not get in much trouble, so I took that as a sign that, all in all, I was good. But as the years go by, I...
The Last Enemy

The Last Enemy

The Thursday after Easter Sunday I was making rounds, and I came across a man sitting in a wheelchair by a table of the common room. I didn’t believe we had met before, certainly not on this unit, but there was something familiar about him I couldn’t place. This was...
100 Years in Chad: Foundations

100 Years in Chad: Foundations

Pastor Poulo Jacques, the Director of Evangelism and Mission for the EFLT (Chadian Lutheran Brethren Church) paused for a moment, and said, “Here is the foundation of the house originally built by Missionary Kaardal in 1920…”  Pastor Jacques could hardly contain his...