Tuttle Sermon: Brokenness That Leads To Hope
by Richard Tuttle on May 16th, 2020
I have really struggled to put all this into words. Perhaps it is because I am still wrestling with it myself and that it is not yet settled with me. So, if this sermon sounds a little rough around the edges, it is from the limitations of the presenter and not in any way from the text.What is my struggle? Two things. One, if we are to be made whole, we must be willing to be broken. Two, If we...
The Plan For The Week Of Monday, March 23rd, 2020
by Richard Tuttle on March 19th, 2020
1st Grade Music1st Music: Alayna Wagner = 8:35 - 8:55 a.m.1st Music: Kelsey Zieske = 8:55 - 9:15 a.m.iPad Wednesday & Thursday You Pick Friday!WAGNER RANDOM NAME PICKERZIESKE RANDOM NAME PICKERMARCH SONGSTRUCK TUNES PAJAMA PARTY REVIEW! Kindergarten MusicK Music: Taylor Gunufson = 9:15 - 9:35 a.m.K Music: Becky Todd = 9:35 - 9:55 a.m.iPad Tuesday & Thursday You Pick Friday!GUNUFSON RANDOM NAME PIC...
TUTTLE SERMON - February 23rd, 2020
by Richard Tuttle on February 23rd, 2020
Every Sunday, countless voices recite the Lord’s prayer. I wonder how many pause to consider what they are actually saying. This morning, I would like to take some time to reflect on the Lord’s prayer. Before we start, let’s be clear. Salvation is in a person, not a prayer. No prayer can save you. No sacrament can save you. Galatians 2:16 knowing that a man is not justified by the works ...
TUTTLE SERMON - January 12th 2020
by Richard Tuttle on January 10th, 2020
The past few years we have had a secret santa at Ada-Borup. Someone comes in during the night and leaves a present at each student’s locker in grades 6 - 12. This year it happened again and I went around to see their reaction. I asked various students if they were going to post a thank you and they just had a blank expression. This was a little discouraging to me because someone went out of th...