Michael Pahl - Lead Pastor
Lawrence Siemens - Associate Pastor, Seniors
Larissa Pahl - Associate Pastor, Families
Kristy Letkeman Hosler - Associate Pastor, Youth
Robyn Letkeman - Administrative Assistant
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Tag Archives: romans
During our July 9 morning worship service, Pastor Lawrence spoke on “When Words Fail,” a reflection on Paul’s description in Romans 8 of the Holy Spirit’s “groaning” with us during our sufferings “with sighs too deep for words.” Here’s the … Continue reading
This past Sunday Pastor Michael preached on Romans 6:12-23, a sermon entitled, “Not Under Law but Under Grace.” Here’s the full audio of the sermon: Here’s a written excerpt: In our Scripture text this morning Paul affirms three things: we … Continue reading
This past Sunday Pastor Michael preached on Romans 6:1-11, a sermon entitled, “In Newness of Life.” Here’s the full audio of the sermon: Here’s a written excerpt: To say that “we’re saved by grace therefore we can sin if we … Continue reading
This post in an adapted excerpt from my sermon in the series “Four Things,” preached at Morden Mennonite on January 10, 2016. Here is the full audio of the sermon: There is something beautiful about falling in love, but there … Continue reading
A meditation given on Sunday, September 22, 2013, at Tabor Home, a personal care home in Morden, Manitoba. The Scripture text is Romans 8:31-39. The first deep question about God we all ask is, “Does God exist?” That’s not an … Continue reading
This past Sunday, as part of our “Welcoming One Another” series, I preached on Romans 14-15, looking at Paul’s response to the fragile Christian community in Rome in danger of fracturing along a Jew-Gentile fault line. I think we miss … Continue reading