Michael Pahl - Lead Pastor
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Tag Archives: pacifism
Here’s the full audio of Pastor Michael’s sermon from January 28, 2018, on Jesus’ teaching in Matthew 5:38-48. This is part of our second series this year on the Sermon on the Mount, this one focused on “Love as the … Continue reading
Pacifism is on the way out in some circles, even as it’s trending in others. I’m certainly not the first or the only one to have noticed this. Many churches and individuals with historic or traditional ties to pacifism are … Continue reading
On December 20, 2015, I preached a sermon at Morden Mennonite Church on “The Things that Make for Peace.” I’ve excerpted some of that sermon already in a previous post, but in honour of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in … Continue reading
This past weekend I hosted my seminar on Jesus in history called, “Was Jesus Married? …and other awkward questions.” (The answer to that one, by the way, was, “Almost certainly not—though it is not historically impossible, and shouldn’t be theologically … Continue reading
This past Sunday I taught our adult Sunday Study class. As always, it turned into a wide-ranging discussion only remotely connected to the topic, in which we noted and immediately solved all the world’s problems. (Just kidding, of course. It took us at … Continue reading
Okay, so being “Mennonite” is not as straightforward as it might seem. For some, the word “Mennonite” brings to mind plain dress and beards, head coverings and communal living. For others, it means having a “Mennonite” name like Friesen or … Continue reading