"Season" Is Upon Us
Reformation Day and All Saints Day
Sunday - Why We Remember It
"Here" Is... Some Reflections
the Congregation said, "Christ Is Risen!
Is Risen Indeed!"
Our Trinity Lenten Journey Continues...
Way for Jesus
at the Cross, Touching the Heart
Is Going to Be a Busy Fall!!!
People have asked...
Pastor Becker is on another rant)
Rhubarb Was Everywhere!
Thankfulness and Appreciation...
Easter SEASON: Celebrating the Risen Savior
With Africa: A Campaign of Hope"
sports, who would you follow?"
Down" in 2003
Up Controversy Yet Again:
Vexing Thoughts on the Homogenization
the Church. -
When Bigger Might Not Be Better
Should I Go To Church?
Celebrations - ALL in One Day!!!
Is Risen! He Is Risen Indeed!
Thoughts From a "Seasoned" Pastor
Does Christmas Mean for You Now?
TV - September 11, 2001"
Can We Make Sense of Tragedy?
of Lent, and Lutheran Schools Week
Faces, New Directions, New Life
of Things to Come"
Is Trinity Lutheran's Legacy?
things get interesting..."
God for You!
from Pastor Becker for May, 2000
Is Upon Us!
Lenten Journey for 2000: Prayers of the Passion
Never-Ending Epiphany Season"
Expectations for Christmas
Times Bring Interesting Possibilities
a "Bridge" to Where?
Pastoral Musings on the
Recent ELCA Churchwide Assembly Vote for Full Communion with the Episcopal
Can It Be September Already?
Compromise" - Mexico Outreach '99
Synod Assembly Report, Or "What's a Conservative Pastor to Do?" Part 2
Synod Assembly Report, Or "What's a Conservative Pastor to Do?" Part 1
note from Pastor John about "families" in the month of May:
Life In Christ: Being People of Prayer
on the Lenten Journey of Faith
Preparing for the Big One!
dawn of a new millenium
Not Making This Up! It Really Happened!"
Living: Let the Word of Christ Dwell in You Richly!"
Reformation Sunday to Remember
is Falling! Catch It!!!
You for Your Support!
Thoughts on the Synodical Convention
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