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Rev. David R. Emmons's Comments

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At 10:13am on December 14, 2008, Raymond Parent said…
David,
Glad to have you as my friend.
Ray
At 12:39pm on December 23, 2008, Judy O'Neill said…
Pr. Emmons,

Good to here from you too. I enjoyed looking at the photos you posted above. My, my, the kids are getting so big. Looks like a fun family.

No Symp for us again this year--its just too busy at work that time of year. I can't believe we have to give up Fort Wayne in the winter!

But we just might make it through Turtle Lake this summer, ya never know.

My email is winnies2@comcast.net

Judy
At 2:14pm on February 23, 2009, Daniel J Emmons said…
Abby, for the church just joined, said hi, and invite her to your friends group.
At 7:19pm on February 23, 2009, The Reverend Robert Placer said…
Dear Pastor Emmons, You have a beautiful altar and chancel. My two sisters and my brother in law are communicants of Holy Trinity Church LCMS in Garfield NJ. The Reverend Daniel Grams is their pastor. When I visit family in North Jersey I attend Divine Service at Holy Trinity Church. I signed the petition for Issues Etc. because I am concerned that the leadership of the LCMS are persecuting Todd Wilken along with such an excellent radio show that truly communicates the Lutheran Confessions to the general listening audience who are not Lutharan. Apart from the Lutheran Hour, how many opportunities do the general non-Lutheran public have to hear pastors discuss confessional Lutheran doctrine. I know that there is a division with the LCMS between clergy and laity who are confessional and those who seek to do the work of the Gospel by adopting the new measures of the Church Growth Movement and Saddleback Church. This is indeed a serious doctrinal conflict; the two positions are not compatible. I have been studying the Lutheran Confessions by reading that very attractive book containing all the confessions from the Augsburg to the Book of Concord. I have read Martin Chemnitz convincing book on the Lord's Supper and I am reading his book on the two natures in Christ. Yes, what a Christian believes about the Lord's Supper is a Christological issue. Well, I am sorry to go on and on with this e-mail. Perhaps we shall have an opportunity to talk again.
At 11:56am on February 24, 2009, Abby said…
Ha! No, I'm 24 in that picture! I'm 26 now! An old lady. :)
At 9:30pm on November 17, 2009, Kari said…
I'm glad you're back on the WT. Are you part of the Study Group already? I think you are, but if not, please join. I'd love to have your comments, or at least watch so we don't go astray! I'll miss you on the list though. A lot of us will.
At 6:30pm on November 21, 2009, Kari said…
That is my granddaughter. I think the shirt was just a sweatshirt for fishing in. We're in Twins territory!
At 1:04pm on November 22, 2009, Florence said…
Synod has "jumped the shark"

Glad you like the "four minutes" video. I think it's a real treat; and like you, I am weary of the "flamey thingy" in Synod.
Blessings to you and yours,
Florence
At 5:16pm on December 11, 2009, Frank Dent said…
Good to hear from you, Pastor. Do you know Pastor Dutzmann at First Lutheran Boston? I told him that Ingo Dutzmann would be a great name for a pirate. Arrrrrrrgh! Thar be the dred pirate Ingo Dutzmann, arrrrrrgh! So, you're a Mass**** among the Cheeseheads? I'm an Okie among the Mass****s, myself but after 15 years I have learned that New Englanders are great neighbors and fascinating people. For example, only today a fellow I work with learned from me at lunch that candlepin bowling isn't popular in the rest of the country (never even HEARD of, for that matter). Typical New Englander, he's 40 and has been as far north as the ski slopes in VT & ME, as far east as P-Town, as far south as Narragansett and no farther west than the Berkshires so of course he thinks the rest of the world bowls candlepins! I work with some people out in Wausau and have visited there quite a lot over the last four years. Love the people and love traveling out there. I'm going to find Turtle Lake just to see where it is in relation to Central Wisconsin Airport. Blessings to you and your congregations! FDent
At 3:30pm on January 26, 2010, Frank Dent said…
I'm happy to have you as a Wittenberg Trail Friend, although I am perhaps the world's worst social networker. Blessings to you, your family, and your congregation from a very unLutheran New England. Not anti-Lutheran, mind you...that would mean people would have to care enough to be against it. Just unLutheran. I guess that means the fields are ripe for harvest!
At 11:13am on January 28, 2010, Rik Eischen said…
Thank you for sharing your photos with WT. The chancel looks very nice with the Advent paraments, and I also like the windows above the reradas.

Is Turtle Lake in the Northern part of WI? Is it close to MN? When my wife and I lived in SW Minnesota some years back, we loved the drive through LaCrosse to get between Minnesota and the family back in Illinois. Wisconsin is a beautiful state!

God's blessings with you, your family and your congregation!
In Christ our Lord,

-Rik E.
At 10:10am on February 1, 2010, Rik Eischen said…
Thanks, Pastor Emmons. I don't know when we'll get up north any time soon, but I sure appreciate your invitation! In His peace,
-Rik Eischen
At 3:34am on March 24, 2010, Darth Swede said…
Pastor Emmons, it's an artist's rendition of Darth Vader and Boba Fett fighting over a "mysterious" box that belong's to Vader. I found it at a Boba Fett fan website. Can't remember where.
At 11:43am on December 27, 2010, The Reverend Robert Placer said…
I am planning to attend Symposia at Concordia Seminary Fort Wayne on January 17-21, 2011.  Will you be able to attend the Symposia?
At 1:42pm on December 28, 2010, Rev. David R. Emmons said…
No, sorry, I have a class at Ft. Wayne the week after or so, and it would be tough to be gone that long. Why do you ask?
At 3:20pm on April 18, 2011, Darth Swede said…

I just saw your comment Pr. Emmons.  Sorry for the late response.  I primarily hang out on FB & Twitter.

 

The picture is from a comic book of Darth Vader and Boba Fett (STAR WARS:  Boba Fett - Enemy of the Empire).  It is an epic fight over a box that tells the future.  How it tells the future, I leave for you to read.

 

"What is that pic / painting of light sabers -- Darth fighting who? Is there a source and something I can get? Cool..."

At 7:38pm on June 14, 2013, Rev. Richard Mittelstadt said…
God's Blessings to you on this the day of your birth!!!

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