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Rev. Jonathan Fisk
  • Springfield, PA
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Little Girl Dies, False Teaching Lives - at Babylon Falling
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Kathrine Mar 28, 2008.

A Question about Politics (in the realm of the Law)
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Rev. Tom Chryst Jan 26, 2008.

Can Politicians Be Consistent?

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Tell us about yourself ( e.g. hobbies, education, projects you are working on, etc.). What brings you to the Wittenberg Trail?
LCMS Pastor and adult convert from American Evangelicalism serving in the greater Philadelphia area. I sometimes get in here to post sermon links, but more often I'm blogging at www.beallwashedup.blogspot.com.
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St. John Springfield, PA

Rev. Jonathan Fisk's Blog

WEverVlogg - Justifiably Urbane

UR2Dum2LrnNoob, Deconstructing Vampiric Urban Mythology, and isn't that enough to rack your brain for one day?

http://www.youtube.com/user/Revfiskj?feature=mhw4

Posted on March 17, 2010 at 1:30pm — 4 Comments

Calling All Worldview Everlasting Fans!

Hey all, since the old "old" site became the new "new" site and the new site is now the new "old" site, we've lost all our membership in the group. Sign back up again, and check out Episode 6, not to mention find your way over to the WEverVlogg youtube channel (search for "revfiskj").

And if anyone wants to admin this area, I'd love your help cause I can only handle so many corners of the web at once!

Posted on March 16, 2010 at 9:24pm

The Feast of the Nativity!

Posted on December 25, 2009 at 9:58am

The Whole Trough

Posted on December 20, 2009 at 12:35pm — 2 Comments

Comment Wall (25 comments)

At 1:02pm on March 19, 2008, Rev. Jonathan Fisk said…
Make sure you check out my sermon blog for audio podcasts at:

www.beallwashedup.blogspot.com

Three new podcasts and installation pics uploaded today, 4-18!
At 7:28pm on March 25, 2008, Daniel Bergquist said…
Have you tried Trigun or Cowboy Bebop?
At 9:08am on March 27, 2008, Sarah Anderson said…
I have, actually! I do feel that is where my vocation will be when that is supposed to happen. Until then, I'll probably stick to politics and studying theology/Greek and not college, though. Thanks for the input! :)

-- Sarah
At 11:58am on March 27, 2008, Kelly said…
You can buy them off me if you let me know which you're interested in. :o) I'm all about the liturgical crafting. Have you been to my art website or my CLEAR blog, by any chance?
At 2:20pm on March 27, 2008, Kelly said…
My art website (which is in need of updating) is at www.kellyklages.com. Off that site, I have a blog that serves as a discussion forum for "confessional Lutheran ecclesiastical art resources" (CLEAR). I've posted more card designs there recently.

Most cards are $3.50-$4.00; cards assembled with Velvet Paper and gold German foil paper are $5. Of the numbers you said you liked, only the baptism card is actually a card. :o) #7 and 8 are a painted wooden cross wall hanging and a painted mirrored tea light holder.
At 7:53pm on March 27, 2008, Kelly said…
That's great... as a matter of fact I've already made two of those crosses. The first was a gift for my husband, the second was commissioned from LPC and got shipped to Australia. :o) Making another one is no problem. I believe I charged Lito $40, plus shipping.
At 10:15am on March 31, 2008, Sandra O. said…
Pr. Fisk,

I agree with the coffeehouse idea as you present it. Having it as a niche-type teaching station and not making it a substitute for church is a great plan! The problem comes with this "emergent" movement, and it's even a supported program in my district (RMD) to start these "non-traditional" churches in bars, bowling alleys, coffeehouses etc. and have them be actual churches. Of course, they wouldn't necessarily have ordained pastors, or practive W&S ministry... When I asked a district rep (Paul Albers) who was presenting about this how you have "church" without her marks, he didn't have an answer. ;)

Don't get me wrong, I'm all for outreach and creativity. I wish I had more hours in the day (and free babysitting) to be able to do more things like that. Maybe my next ladies' daytime Bible study will meet at the nearby Starbucks. Why not? I just don't want it to become a substitute FOR church.
At 7:53pm on May 6, 2008, Tim Steele II said…
Just curious pastor-
why is your icon Edward Elric from FMA(Fullmetal Alchemist)? Judging by it, I am assuming you like anime(or at least this one). Just curious.
Seriously though- FMA is the best.
God Bless!
At 1:43pm on May 7, 2008, Tim Steele II said…
I AM NOT A SHRIMP!
jk, jk
Seriously though, it is awesome!
I highly recommend Naruto and Bleach.
Also, if you're into vampire-slaying priests, check out Trinity Blood.
At 6:10pm on May 7, 2008, Tim Steele II said…
Yeah, I highly recommend reading the manga. It does diviate from the anime. It is really good and gives much more info in my opinion. And besides it keeps the story going. And who wants FMA to end ;)

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