From the Pastor’s Desk

Preparing for the Supper: Considering our sin in light of Christ’s fulfilling Sacrifice

Yesterday we looked at the moral law, summarized in the Ten Commandments and commanded by Christ himself, as the basis for what it means to recommit ourselves to our Savior in the Lord’s Supper. Recommittal is an act we do daily as Christians, as often as we repent we are recommitting ourselves to Jesus, but…

Ash Wednesday

Tomorrow (2/14/2024) is Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent (or Quadragesima, if you’re feeling fancy). Friday KVPC is having a sausage dinner commemorating the Affair of the Sausages, essentially denying the efficacy and necessity of Lent. I thought I’d express some of my thoughts regarding this. If you’d like a history of it a quick…

The Already and Not Yet?

In this article I hope to explain what “Realized Eschatology” means and why it’s important So, let’s begin with some definitions. The word Eschatology (from the Greek language) means “study of the last things”. Compart eschatology to biology: they are both compound words originating from the Greek language, each have the ology ending. First, let’s deal with ology,…