We will be celebrating our National Thanksgiving Day, a tradition that began in 1789. Over the years it has taken on several meanings. Some use the day to be grateful for our country, while others have not confined it just to country.
Personally, in addition to being thankful for our country, I am even more filled with gratitude for my faith in God, and for parents that nurtured me in that faith.
On Sunday, as an expression of thanks for parents who loved me and set an example of what it means to believe in God, I have chosen the subject: “RELIGION: THE HOMEMADE KIND.” Trusting you may have a minute or two, I hope you will read II Timothy 1: 1-7 and Luke 8: 16-21.
If you have been blessed with parents, grandparents, and other family and friends who introduced you to God, take a moment and in prayer give thanks to God for all of them who have helped you along the way.
With love and gratitude for you,
Rev. Dr. Robert W. Bohl
Temporary Supply Pastor