Author Archives: Michael Pahl

Worth the Wait

A meditation by Michael Pahl on the Fourth Sunday of Advent, December 22, 2019, called “Worth the Wait.” Here is a written excerpt: We tend to skip over the opening verses of Matthew’s Gospel when we read it. That’s the … Continue reading

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Christmas at MMC

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Getting Ready While We Wait

A meditation by Michael Pahl on the Second Sunday of Advent, December 8, 2019, called “Getting Ready While We Wait.” Here is a written excerpt from the introduction: “How long, O Lord?” It’s a common refrain in the Bible, found … Continue reading

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Our Wait Begins

A meditation by Peter Hildebrand on the First Sunday of Advent, December 1, 2019, called “Our Wait Begins.”

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What Are You Waiting For?

This Advent we are asking the question, “What are you waiting for?” God, what are you waiting for? We need you to act! God, what are you waiting for? Maybe our repentance, or a step of faith or obedience? What … Continue reading

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God’s Peaceable Kingdom

A meditation by Michael Pahl on Eternity Sunday, November 24, 2019, called “God’s Peaceable Kingdom.” It is a reflection on Psalm 46. Here is a written excerpt: At some point in our lives, all of us come to this place: … Continue reading

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Bear One Another’s Burdens

A sermon by Michael Pahl on November 17, 2019, called “Bear One Another’s Burdens.” This is the fifth in a five-part series called “One Another.” Here is a written excerpt: It began with washing some feet. But it led to … Continue reading

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