Tag Archives: incarnational

Time with Your Teen

Parents often lament the trials of raising a teen.  They complain that they just don’t know their child anymore.  It’s very easy for parents to become separated from their teen-aged children.  Those teens are torn by so many feelings as … Continue reading

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A Father’s Day Gift

Hi everyone! First let me introduce myself.  I am not Pastor Biermann; I’m his fifteen year old daughter Hannah.  This Father’s Day instead of giving Dad a tangible present, I decided to write this blog entry for him. My Dad … Continue reading

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God’s NOT Dead!

“God’s Not Dead!”  The title of a popular movie in theaters now.  A bold statement of the TRUTH of Easter.  Our reason for absolute JOY! As I write this, it’s 2:30 p.m. on Good Friday afternoon.  I always like to … Continue reading

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Defending Humanity

Although I provided a summary of our Panama trip last week, there were a few comments we received that are worthy of further consideration.  One was by Rupert, the pastor who translated for us.  He said our message had a … Continue reading

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Panama Mission Trip

From March 26th through April 1st, our family had the privilege to take the principles of “Life in God’s Way” to the people of Panama, Central America.  We lived and worked with Edilberto Mendez, the Director of the Lutheran Hour … Continue reading

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Panama Mission

Next Wednesday, March 26th, my family and I will be traveling to Panama City, Panama for a week-long mission trip.  We’ll be working and staying with the director of Lutheran Hour Ministries in Panama, Mr. Edilberto Mendez Mora.  Our primary … Continue reading

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Tiny Blessings

One privilege of my job is being able to visit with the 2, 3 and 4 year old children in our preschool and “Tiny Tots” programs.  This week I had a wonderful interaction with a special little 2 year old … Continue reading

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Running for Chocolate

Last Saturday, on a BLUSTERY, FREEZING, early winter morning, a brave team from Faith Lutheran Church, including the 9 pictured above, joined together to run for a very noble cause … CHOCOLATE!  We all successfully completed the 5K “Grand Blanc … Continue reading

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Life in God’s Way – Bible Study 5

Incarnational love.  What’s that?  It’s hard to even say it.  What it simply means is that God teaches us to love people “in the flesh.”  We are to care for the physical well-being of others.  Jesus did it to perfection.  … Continue reading

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The Power of Presence

Last week I wrote about the sad death of Kirk Reid, a member of my congregation who finally lost the battle with liver disease at the young age of 66.  On Monday, I had the privilege to lead Kirk’s  funeral … Continue reading

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