Baptism of Our Lord

It’s a pleasure to be in Manhattan, Kansas this morning.   I actually have some roots here. In the 1950’s my grandfather went to theVeterinary School a few miles away and went on to have a practice in Southwest Iowa where I was raised.   And now, after several decades of life, who would have thought I’d wind up... Continue Reading →

Second Sunday of Christmas

Today we conclude what are very tender days in both the world both secular and Christian.   These tender days are insulated from the real world.   We take time away from school and work to be with one another.   Christmas brings to mind large family meals, singing, gift exchanges and many other images... Continue Reading →

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