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Library Book of the Month- April 2021

Reading Isaiah with Luther “My conscience is captive to the Word of God.” —Martin Luther Your conscience is that small voice inside that guides your actions and thoughts, convicting you of wrongdoing—but the conscience is more than just a guilty feeling or a moral compass. The conscience is a gift from God, the faculty of the heart that is to be shaped by what is right or wrong in God’s sight. Only through Christ can you receive

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Ex Libris Theologicis Book Discussion Group

Author Bryan Wolfmueller sounds the alarm against the false teaching and dangerous practices of Christianity in America in the book “Has American Christianity Failed.” We will begin reading and discussing this book on Monday, April 12th at 6:30 pm and meet weekly there following. Cost of the book is $10. Sign up on the yellow sheet in the Kiosk to join our great discussion group!

LWML Meeting & Circle Gatherings

LWML will meet on Saturday, April 17th at 9:00 am. We will have Bible study and a brief business meeting. Lydia Circle will meet on Thursday, April 1st at 1:30 pm at the church. Evening Circle will meet on Thursday, April 8th at 6:30 pm at Shirley Pribbernow’s house.

From the Pastor’s Desk – April 2021

Christians Must Return to Boldly Speaking the Truth This year’s Lenten Sermon Series focused on the many ways our loving God calls us back to Him  Returning to the Lord is a good and blessed thing.   “Return to the Lord your God for he is gracious and merciful slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love.“ One area of returning to the Lord that was not considered in the Lenten Series is returning to speaking the

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LAMP Updates

   Last February, LAMP (Lutheran Association of Missionaries and Pilots) members from Trinity and two LAMP pastors were able to travel to Shamattawa, Manitoba to visit children in their classrooms at school, sharing a devotion, singing songs, doing crafts, and visiting with our Bible school children. Although school was canceled a day and ½ due to the cold, we were still able to spend quality time with the teachers, who had questions about our beliefs

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