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Sunday, August 13, 2006

Ask the Pastor a Question

If you could ask any question about God, Christianity, religion, faith, spirituality,the Bible, different churches, history, theology (theo=God, ology=study) what would you ask?

As a clergy type, I have an undergraduate degree in Social Work (BSW), from the University of Montana, Missoula and a 4 year (full time 12cr/sem) Masters of Divinity (MDIV) from Luther Seminary in St. Paul, MN. Although I have all these letters behind my name, I don't consider myself to be very academic, especially since I was also a high school drop out and didn't figure out that I might be smart until I had to learn Greek at the Seminary (my first class -- yikes!). I did fairly well at the Seminary, however, I still can't spell to save my life, and I will never remember the names of all the old dead philosephers and theologians that I was suppose to have learned about.

So with that in mind I invite you to ask your questions. I will do my best to answer, and/or find the answers you seek. Although, I must also warn you that often times there is no concrete answer to be had, rather the answers we seek or need reveal themselves when we are willing to openly and honestly explore the questions.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Open Invitation

Pilgrim Lutheran located at 4244 SE 91st is found in the Lents neighborhood one block north of Holgate off of 92nd. One block north of Lents Park.

Sunday Worship: 10:00 am
Sunday Bible Study:
'No experience Necessary' : 8:45 am

We welcome ALL and invite you to participate in the creation of a new way of being church. God is calling us to be church in community and we need your help in shaping our future in Lents.

Pilgrim Lutheran Launches Website

Pilgrim Lutheran Launches Website