Lititz Moravian Church

Ponderings & Happenings

Why I'd Rather Be a Goose Than An Eagle

Posted by Pastor Dean Jurgen on

I never grow tired of looking up in the sky whenever I hear geese overhead.  There might be ten or there might be hundreds at a time, but these travelers always travel in a V formation.  Have you ever wondered why? Scientists at Cal Tech did.  They put their computers and flight...

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Sufferings Fade in the Glory

Posted by Pastor Dean Jurgen on

“The sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed to us.” —Romans 8:18“Life is hard, but God is good.” —Singer Pam Thumb                        ...

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A Word of Encouragement for Our Families

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While sleeping late on Sunday morning can be nice, it doesn’t help “grow faith, share hope, or live love,” as we state is the purpose of the church. Consider some of the life-long benefits of Sunday School attendance for your child. Here are 10 reasons to make it a priority in...

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A Word from our Pastor

Posted by Pastor Dean Jurgen on

Did you watch any of the coverage of the 75th anniversary of the invasion of Normandy? June 6, 1944 was the greatest military invasion in history. I found myself both wanting to watch, and needing to turn away. I was both fascinated by the heroism and courage of these soldiers, yet sorrowful for...

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Your Sorrow Will Turn To Joy

Posted by Pastor Dean Jurgen on

We return to find ourselves in Jerusalem when Jesus speaks of his father’s will for him to die, and rise again, and then tells his disciples Your sorrow will turn to Joy!  Observing Holy Week is not an obligation, but it is an opportunity. It is a chance to walk with your church...

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Turning to God is Always A Right Turn!

Posted by Pastor Dean Jurgen on

There will be no “Alleluias” heard during the upcoming season of Lent. The color violet conveys the somber mood. The suffering and death of Jesus are the journey we re-live.  Lent opens with a call to repentance on Ash Weds. (March 6th this year). It concludes in a mood of...

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