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Pastor’s Corner – September 2015

“WHEN DO WE SAY ‘ENOUGH IS ENOUGH?’  AND THEN WHAT??”      The headlines the last several days have overwhelmed us with tragedy. Two young people working for a Virginia news channel, doing a typical “morning news story” are gunned down by a disgruntled former worker. Theatres in various locations in our country, trains in […]

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Prayers Requested for LC-MS President

We have received word on Friday night that there was a major fire at the home of the President of our church body, the Rev. Matthew Harrison.  Word is that everyone in the family is safe, though one of the family pets was harmed.  The house is a total loss. The news reminds us of […]

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A Prayer from our Church Body at a Time of Tragedy

A prayer released by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod for the victims who were serving our country and their families after the terrorist shootings in Chattanooga, TN on Thursday, July 16th: Lord, we remember in our thoughts and prayers the family and friends of the Marines who were killed in Chattanooga.  Almighty God, You are a […]

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Pastor’s Corner – July/August

Pastor Wenndt has now posted his “Pastor’s Corner” for July and August.  It is entitled, “The Family of Faith”.  Amongst some humorous glimpses of how family is viewed by some, he reminds us of how God established family, and for very special purposes.

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Colloquized

‘Colloquized’ – what sort of title is that?  Is that even a word?  (and my favorite Lutheran question…) “What does that mean?” As you look at my one-word title, those must be the kinds of questions you are asking. It is, or rather was a word out of our church body. It has since been […]

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