I'm teaching a worship class, and this week we discussed hymns we like and don't like. It was funny how some were on one person's favorites list and another person's "yuck! I hate it!" list.
|"I don't know, Davey."|
One "yuck!" that really surprised me was "A Mighty Fortress is Our God." How can you not like the theme song to Davey and Goliath, I asked?
Many in the classroom nodded, knowingly.
What do you know today, Preachers? Do you have a sermon underway? Are you struggling to find the words? Seeking out a new way to say something to the children? Will you sing Luther's mighty words in celebration of Reformation Sunday?
Whatever lies ahead today, I hope you'll pull a chair up to the virtual table and join us. Think of this group as a fortress built by God, a safe place to gather and work, a bulwark never failing.
As always, the coffee will be fair trade, the half and half will never run dry, and I'll be keep a plate piled with the best flavors from the Holy Donut. (Calorie free to you, if not to me.)