Category Archives: Michael Pahl

When “Yes” Also Means “No”

A sermon by Michael Pahl on June 30, 2019, called “When ‘Yes’ Also Means ‘No.’” It is a reflection on the “hard sayings” of Jesus in Luke 9:57-62. Here is a written excerpt from the introduction: Well, this is awkward. … Continue reading

Posted in Michael Pahl | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Tell the Story

A sermon by Michael Pahl on June 23, 2019, called “Tell the Story.” It is a reflection on the story of Jesus’ healing the Gerasene man tormented by the “Legion” of evil spirits in Luke 8:26-39. Here is a written … Continue reading

Posted in Michael Pahl | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

The Fellowship of God

A sermon by Michael Pahl on June 16, 2019, Trinity Sunday, called “The Fellowship of the Holy Spirit.” It is a reflection on the threefold benediction of 2 Corinthians 13:13 as a way of exploring the Christian doctrine of the … Continue reading

Posted in Michael Pahl | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Pentecost Sunday and Sunday School Celebration

This Sunday is Pentecost Sunday as well as our Sunday School Celebration to mark the end of our Sunday school year. Join us as we give thanks for another terrific year of learning and growth in the words and ways … Continue reading

Posted in Michael Pahl | Leave a comment

Tabitha, Disciple of our Lord

A sermon by Michael Pahl on May 12, 2019, called “Tabitha, Disciple of Our Lord.” It is a reflection on the story of Tabitha, also called Dorcas, in Acts 9:36-42. Here is a written excerpt: We read the Bible to … Continue reading

Posted in Michael Pahl | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Faith and Life Choirs Spring Concert

Image | Posted on by | Leave a comment

Breakfast with Jesus

A sermon by Michael Pahl on May 5, 2019, called “Breakfast with Jesus.” It is a reflection on John 21:1-19. Here is a written excerpt: Earlier I asked the question, “What if I had been Simon Peter?” How would I … Continue reading

Posted in Michael Pahl | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment