Pastor Eric Schroeder - The Third Sunday After Pentecost - Sunday, June 26, 2022
Wisconsin isn’t such a bad place to live. Maybe you’ve had one of those conversations before where you’ve discussed the pros and cons of living in various places. Florida is a nice place to visit if you can manage the humidity, but then you’d have to deal with the occasional hurricane (alligators could be a pro or a con, depending on who is judging). Arizona sounds nice in the winter but can get so hot that you don’t want to be outside during the day during the summer months. California might have some beautiful scenery, but they also have wildfires, earthquakes, and smog. Alaska has long days all summer long, but almost total darkness in the winter. What about Wisconsin? Sure, there might be cold and snow in the winter, and maybe some tornados or flooding every now and then, but generally speaking, the natural disasters here are rare and not too widespread.
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