Faith Perspectives – April 11, 2018 By Rev. James Miller Trinity Lutheran Church, Nashville There was once a little girl who was helping her mom bake a sheet cake. The mother took the cake out of the oven, lifted it out of the pan, and placed it on the cake platter. The daughter readied the
I would like to respond to Mr. Rick Greten’s letter regarding the elections and health care costs and the affordable health care act. I believe he did an outstanding job in writing the article for in my eyes it truly expresses and totally demonstrates his arrogance, ignorance, and incompetence. I fully understand and respect his
Well, it’s an election year again and one subject that don’t hear mentioned, either by State or Federal candidates is “Health Care”. Of course, Obama took care of that right? Not to be political but the only thing that did was to give our Federal tax money for all to have health insurance-same plans, same
By Rev. John Campbell United Presbyterian Church, Oakdale When a major event happens, there are several stories of what happened. This is because each person has a particular perspective of how they view things. So when I say that “God is good, all the time”, I am speaking from my perspective concerning the goodness of
Easter 2018 Faith Perspectives, Plus Good Friday And Easter Events Faith Perspectives – March 28, 2018 By Rev. John Campbell United Presbyterian, Oakdale In our world today, events and appointments come upon us rapidly. The days seem to pass quickly. Hopefully, we have taken some time to reflect on the season of Lent. Perhaps, you
Something really stood out to me on a recent trip back to Nashville after a long time away. I grew up here in the 1950’s and 60’s and I remember the obvious care people took keeping their property looking good and the sense of pride that it reflected on themselves and the town in general.
By Scott T. Sharp, Pastor First Baptist Church Nashville Easter will soon be here and it is always good to take a few minutes to remember the importance of this day as Christians. On Easter morning Jesus Christ, the Son of God clothed in human flesh, rose from death after his crucifixion on the Cross.
Thoughts And Prayers Faith Perspectives – March 14, 2018 By Rev. Nate Wollenberg Trinity Lutheran Church–Hoyleton Today marks exactly one month since the terrible tragedy that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, which left 17 dead and another 17 injured, including several adults, and many children. In the month since that
Faith Perspectives – March 7, 2018 By Rev. Beverly Kahle, WCMA chair St. Paul UCC, Nashville Some months ago, I wrote regarding an exciting movement among the churches in our area of Washington County as we formed a team to find ways that we as a whole faith community could respond to the disasters in
By Rev. John Campbell, United Presbyterian, Oakdale “In the midst of…” Have you noticed that when you get to the middle of something it can be the hardest part. Take for example starting a new diet, having gone a couple of weeks we tire or sort of slip back to old ways. When you start