V. Rev. Stavrophor +Nedeljko Grgurevich

I’ve been trying my best to blog this week. I left Sunday afternoon for St. Sava Camp in Shadeland, PA and will be returning home later this afternoon. Still enjoying the sound of childnen’s voices playing in the sun. Yesterday, in fact, was the only day that went blog free. Thursday is traditionally the dayContinue reading “V. Rev. Stavrophor +Nedeljko Grgurevich”

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

One of the reasons that the Jews sought to condemn Jesus was because He did things which were outside of Jewish law. He worked on the Sabbath for instance. In response to this particular accusation Christ tells them, “My Father has been working until now, and I have been working” (John 5:17). It is withContinue reading “Sixth Sunday after Pentecost”

God calls ordinary folks too

We seem to do a lot of wandering through the internet’s virtual desert and so I’m not quite certain how I found this blog Dim Lamp but the author, the Lutheran pastor Rev. Garth Wehrfritz-Hanson, has an interesting thing to say about the significance of us ordinary folk: “Peter proceeds to lay out the qualificationsContinue reading “God calls ordinary folks too”