Monthly Archive: September 2014

Sep 24

“Time to Get Right” with G-d, considering the message of Rosh Hashanah

One of the great parts of working at Intermountain as the chaplain is that I get to work with kids of various faith backgrounds, and I get to minister alongside the very skilled and creative leader of the local Jewish community, our Jewish Educator, Janet Tatz. It’s been fun to collaborate with her on any …

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Sep 17

When patience runs thin—a lesson in trusting God’s promises

Recently in chapel we covered the story of Abram and Sarai. We talked about all the years between when they received the promise that God was going to bless them with a child, and when God finally fulfilled that promise. The children offered many insightful comments and asked great questions about why God makes people …

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Sep 04

Everywhere… angels!

As we turn the page from summer to fall here on campus, our chapel services will start to focus on stories in the Bible that feature angels—those amazing spiritual messengers of God! While I am sure that the children will miss the excitement of our summer series—mainly because each object lesson was based on a …

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