A holy pedicure

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April 13, 2017 Maundy Thursday John 13:1-17, 31b-35 Shera Nesheim, Deacon What if you walked into Burger King to order a whopper, and the President Of The United States was behind the till and asked to take your order? What if you walked into your algebra class tomorrow and found all your teachers sitting in […]

Lefse, grilled cheese and second chances

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October 9, 2016 Luke 17:11-19 21st Sunday after Pentecost Shera Nesheim, Deacon I’ve been reading about my grandmother’s family history and their trek from Norway to America and settling here. My grandmother’s grandmother, Maria Snow, was born in 1874 in Norway. She was 9 years old when her family moved to America. While en-route she […]

A Spirit who binds displaced hearts together

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Day of Pentecost May 15, 2016 Acts 2:1-21; Romans 8:14-17; John 14:8-17 [25-27] Shera Nesheim, Diaconal Minister Much like the displaced followers of Jesus in our readings today, in 1983 there was a humble group of Jesus followers who were also displaced and gathering in a mini-mall next to a meat market in Mandan, pondering […]