Pastor’s Patter

Pastor’s Patter

In two consecutive years, 1846 and 1847, a quarter of Ireland’s population perished in what is called the “Potato Famine.” That misnomer attributes that disaster solely to natural causes; whereas, the blame can be ascribed to something even more sinister. Other...
Pastor’s Patter

Pastor’s Patter

Theodore Roosevelt served as President of the United States from 1901 to 1909. One of his achievements prior to becoming president was being recognized as a well-informed naturalist, having begun collecting specimens of plants, insects, and other animals as a child....
Pastor’s Patter

Pastor’s Patter

“Love one another.” (John 13:34) This is Christian love: Behaving in such a way that one’s actions are beneficial to someone else. By that definition, love can be something simple, such as holding a door for someone who is carrying a package or putting a few coins...

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Jesus had a lot to say about wealth. There was a story about a rich man and a poor man named Lazarus. Each had his own reward. The rich man in this life, and the poor man in the next. The lesson has something to say regarding immediate versus delayed gratification....

Pastor’s Patter

Pastor’s Patter May, 2020 A group of men was struggling up a steep hill. Lungs sucking in the night air. Thighs burning from exertion. Sweat streaming down grimy faces. One of the men was named “Reems.” This was no ordinary hill. It was in Korea in the early 1950’s,...
Pastor’s Patter

Pastor’s Patter

Pastor’s Patter March, 2020 R.V. Burgin was born and raised in East Texas. He worked hard on the family farm yet found the time to play football on his high school team. His parents took him to Sunday School and church. He grew up believing in God. When war came on...