Introducing Lessons for Lambs

[Reposted from -LL] I am very pleased to announce the newest addition to  Lessons for Lambs is a series of 65 bulletin inserts that follow all of the Sundays of the one-year lectionary.  They are two pages, designed to be folded in half as a little booklet. Lessons for Lambs is the brain child […]

How Christians Should Treat One Another in the Midst of Political Turmoil

Things are heating up politically here in Wisconsin. Republicans against Democrats. Democrats against Republicans. State senators “hiding” in Illinois, the governor answering prank calls, tens of thousands of people protesting in Madison, yes, the political machines are moving, and there isn’t any sign of it slowing down soon. What I have been observing on all […]

The Slippers

So yesterday morning I got to church and prepared for praying matins (morning prayer) with the students at Christ Lutheran Academy.  I do this at least 3 mornings a week, so this is a fairly regular occurrence to me.  I vested and got ready for the service.  As I said in church waiting for the children […]

Peperkorn on Issues, Etc.

For those of you who may be interested, this afternoon I am starting a 7 week series on the 7 Penitential Psalms. I will be doing this series on Issues Etc., the premiere Lutheran radio/podcast program that you can find. I will be on 4:30 p.m. Central time on Thursdays starting today (Feb. 18) until […]

Numbers 9 and Showing Up

We are currently going through the book of Numbers in our daily chapel/catechesis at Christ Lutheran Academy. On Friday our reading was Numbers 9:1-14, which is the second Passover. I was particularly interested in this verse: But if anyone who is clean and is not on a journey fails to keep the Passover, o?that person […]