Faith Lens

Blogs from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America

November 26, 2017–Doing What Comes Naturally
Chris Heavner, Clemson, SC   Warm-up Question Do you ever find yourself doing something a particular way and not really knowing why?  (Like putting on one sock and then one shoe rather than putting on both socks then both shoes.)  Athletes work to develop muscle memory.  Is it possible to develop human interaction memory? Doing […]
November 19, 2017–Risk and Trust
Faith Lens   Warm-up Question What is the riskiest thing you did last week, something that could have cost you time, money, or health. Risk and Trust The stock market has been booming of late.  That has a lot of people excited, but analysts remind us that what goes up will ultimately come down.  Investments […]
November 11, 2017–It’s the End of the World as We Know it
Danny Stone, Marion, IA   Warm-up Question Share a story about when you were late, unprepared or procrastinated. It’s the End of the World as We Know it Ever listened to REM’s 1987 classic, “It’s the End of the World?”  Playing it now prompts listeners to ponder recent disasters.  Texas was battered by Harvey.  Irma […]