Select Page


 
 

Northern Crossings

A Lutheran Mercy Blog from North Dakota and Northern Minnesota

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

The Bosum of the Church

This week I have had two funerals and will have, by Sunday had five burials.  This is time of the year when the ground finally gives up the frost and burials of the folks that died during the winter can be interred.  Even though...

Read More

Getting Ready for Ascension

Liturgical worship will soon focus on Christ’s ascension and session at the right hand of God the Father.  It is a bit more complicated than the child who came home from Sunday School and when asked what he had learned he...

Read More

Luther on Parenthood

  But the greatest good in married life, that which makes all suffering and labor worth while, is that God grants offspring and commands that they be brought up to worship and serve Him. In all the world this is the noblest...

Read More

History Lesson Part 2 –

    I have been told that I tend to drift away from objectivity when I talk about politics. I’m sure there is still the old hold over that preachers are supposed to stay out of the political realm or at least not take...

Read More

A Message from Maher

Children’s stuffed animal zoo at Taoyuan International Airport Bill Maher (Mar)had a wonderful time showing folks what he really thought about us poor slobs out here in flyover country.  We know what the elites think about...

Read More
Loading

Enter your email address:

Delivered by FeedBurner

please note:

Your comments are welcome but will be held until approved to avoid misuse. Comments posted by visitors to this site reflect the personal opinions of individuals and may not necessarily reflect the beliefs and practices or official positions of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod. Individual articles from this blog may be reproduced by LCMS congregations (i.e., in church newsletters, bulletins, etc.) without writing for permission. Such reproductions, however, should credit the "Northern Crossings" blog as the source.

Archives

Site Tools