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Peace Church
Mt. Prospect Illinois , 60056
(847) 228-1420

About Michael
  • Comment to those looking at my sermons: I would truly appreciate any helpful criticism and/ or invitiations to dialogue further regarding any of my sermons.
  • Books that have had an impact: John Calvin, Institues of the Christian Religion The Liturgy of the Hours. According to the Roman Rite. New York: Catholic Book Publishing Co., 1975. The Rule of St. Benedict in English, ed. Timothy Fry (Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press 1982).
  • What I want on my tombstone: Rev. Michael J. Pahls: Husband, Father, Pastor
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  • The Profit Of A Prophet

    Contributed on Sep 10, 2001
    based on 24 ratings
     | 1,295 views

    Using the accont of Jeremiah’s call explore the role of the prophet in a community of faith and points to Christ as the incarnation of Yahwehs prophetic Word.

  • Ears To Hear, Eyes To See

    Contributed on Jul 17, 2001
    based on 33 ratings
     | 3,599 views

    An exposition of Amos and John points us to Christ who gives us ears to hear and eyes to see.

  • The Real Absence Of Christ

    Contributed on Jun 6, 2001
    based on 39 ratings
     | 802 views

    Explores the tension in our lives generated by the absence of Christ after his Ascension. There is, however encouragement and hope for us, both in the "already" of our present salvation and in the "not yet" of the coming consummation at Christ’s Return.

  • The Real Presence Of Christ

    Contributed on Jun 6, 2001
    based on 39 ratings
     | 727 views

    An exposition of the events of Pentecost. This sermon challenges believers to awaken to the high calling of Jesus to be used as an instrument of God for the salvation of the world while encouraging them that the Spirit of Christ is present to work in and through us to this purpose.

  • (Resurrection) Life Is Full Of Surprises

    Contributed on May 19, 2001
    based on 44 ratings
     | 1,419 views

    Peter’s explanation of the events leading to the conversion of Cornelius (a Roman soldier and Gentile) bears witness to the surprising and yet familiar ways of God and points us to the new possibilities for surprise that the Resurrection message opens in in our lives.

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