I’m not quite sure how it is already August. 2020 has simultaneously been the longest, and fastest year that I can remember.
Monday June 29th, 2020 marked the 50th anniversary of the ELCA allowing the ordination of women. That moment forever changed my life,
Dear people of Bethlehem, Grace to you and peace this day. Wherever you are as you read these words, may you feel
I think that it’s fitting that my article in January was about new years resolutions, and now my March article coincides with
Happy New Year Bethlehem! I'd like to begin by expressing my deep gratitude for all of you, and for the generosity of
Fall Greetings Bethlehem, I am writing still filled with joy and elation after this past Sunday. We had an amazing Reformation Sunday,
Summertime Greetings Bethlehem, Okay, so fair warning, I'm going to nerd-out a little in this article. If Harry Potter isn't your favorite,
Summertime Greetings Bethlehem, "At that time the disciples came to Jesus and asked, "Who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven?"
Easter Blessings Bethlehem, I would first like to thank you all for making this year's Holy Week such an amazing experience. Your
Dear Bethlehem, "What are you giving up for Lent this year?" It's become a common phrase in our society, even among those