Category Archives: Trinity Lutheran

Old Text – Still Relevant

Pastor’s Column for February 2020 Epistle Dear Friends in Christ, I said, in my sermon January 19, that I have never before so appreciated the readings from First Corinthians during the Season after Epiphany as I have this year. I … Continue reading

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Collaboration All. Year. Long.

This December, Trinity New Hope, the affordable housing nonprofit affiliated with my congregation, is participating for the third time in a row in the Home Partnership Foundation’s online fundraiser Avenues for Hope. For small younger nonprofits like ours, this is … Continue reading

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Identity – the pastor

The week before I went on sabbatical, I called a friend and left a long message. I was sobbing as I wondered who I would be for fourteen weeks if I was not Pastor Meggan. Would I like myself? Would … Continue reading

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Peace Camp Transforms

The third annual Learning Peace: A Camp for Kids will take place in Nampa this July 22-25 at the Hispanic Cultural Center. This is a free camp for youth ages 6-13 with a special program for older teens this year, … Continue reading

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Stories in Scripture

July 2019 Newsletter Column Dear Friends in Christ, After a later Easter, an Easter Season full of John’s Gospel, and then the festival Sundays of Pentecost and Holy Trinity (more John), we get to spend the summer in the Gospel … Continue reading

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Pentecost

Pastor’s column for June 2019 Trinity Epistle Dear Friends in Christ, June kicks off with Graduate-Recognition Sunday on the 2nd and it will end with the baptisms of the three Radke children on June 30. And in the middle we … Continue reading

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Living Lutheran at Micron

The congregation I serve, Trinity Lutheran Church, spent May lifting up ministry in daily life. Preparations for that emphasis led to an invitation to Micron Technologies, an important business/institution here in The Treasure Valley.  I met them at Building 37 … Continue reading

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