The Rev. Thomas Nibbe Sunday, July 25, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m. You were marked in Him with a seal---the promised Holy Spirit (Eph. 1:13b) THE SCRIPTURES "...'How can I set twenty loaves of barley bread beforeone hundred men?...', Elisha's servant asked. Elishaanswered, 'Give it to the people … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: The Measure of All the Fullness of God
Jim Steele/Planet in the Balance For those who truly want to be guided by science, put aside the climate crisis hysteria. We can explain the natural dynamics of all heat waves by simply knowing 1) how heat is transported along the earth’s surface; 2) how heat is transported vertically; 3) how … [Read more...] about Jim Steele Commentary: The truth about heat waves
The Rev. Thomas Nibbe The Lord is my strength...He has become my salvation!(Psalm 117:14)You and yours are most cordially invited to attend a dynamitecourse from the prophetic book of Ezekiel called "Ezekiel onSteroids" beginning at 9:45 a.m. today...This is followed by ourweekly worship … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: Come With Me To A Quiet Place
The issue of homelessness in Marin boils down to this: Are the homeless a protected class of citizens exempt from human norms and community rules? It’s not about how to “fix” homelessnesses. This is also not a moment for warring ideological tribes to demonstrate how so much more they … [Read more...] about Frederick commentary: What’s really going on with the homeless in Marin
By The Rev. Thomas Nibbe The scriptures"...I'd rather scrub floors in the house of my God than be honored as a guest in a sinful palace..." (Psalm 84:10b - Eugene Peterson's translation - The Message)"...I will spare them no longer..." (Amos 7:7-15) we could perhaps say that God has His … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: The Plumb Line
Regular readers know how I love a good joke. Some will say that I also love a bad joke, which I suppose is fair enough. Nevertheless, I was interested to read recently a disturbing trend of killing American satire websites on the grounds that it is political “misinformation.” Babylon Bee is … [Read more...] about Frederick commentary: Shun censorship
We didn’t need a pandemic to know government isn’t particularly bent toward transparency. Nevertheless, the COVID-19 experience illustrated this well. During the pandemic there were 72 full-on COVID outbreaks in Marin. Did you know that? Seventy-freakin’-two? Now look, just to be clear, … [Read more...] about Commentary: Did you know Marin had 72 full-on COVID outbreaks? Don’t you think we should have?
Tom Montgomery/My Turn Recently, it was reported that the oldest person in America died. Or did she? In April of 2021 it was widely reported by the press that Hester Ford, the oldest living American, had passed away. Mrs. Ford was either 115 or 116 years old when she passed. Like many … [Read more...] about Commentary: 2 Marin voters over 120-years-old? Really?
Jonathan Thompson/My turn One hundred and fifteen thousand dollars. That’s what it takes for a down payment to buy an average-priced home in Durango, Colorado. Then an aspiring homeowner must fork out another $2,900 each month, which is more than two-thirds of their household’s paychecks if they … [Read more...] about Commentary: We must build affordable housing
Sunday, July 4, 2021 @ 11:00 a.m. The Rev. Thomas Nibbe HAPPY BLESSED FOURTH OF JULY! the scriptures...and more"...let the people think they govern...and they will be governed..."(William Penn) [Governor of Pennsylvania]"...it is for freedom that Christ has set us free...Stand … [Read more...] about Thomas Nibbe Sermon: The Serpent In The Wilderness