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Organ Recital & Hymn Sing (Updated 10/16)

The Lutheran Church has, since her birth, been called ‘the singing church.’ Luther himself had a very high esteem for music and church hymns. “Music is an outstanding gift of God and next to theology.” [What Luther Says, Plass, CPH, p.979] Luther wrote many hymns in German, restoring the music of the church to the people (much like he did with his German translation of the Scriptures). The Lutheran church shares the esteem of Luther

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Library Book of the Month – October 2019

Learning About Sex An honest, Christian approach to the body, relationships, and sex. This series teaches preschoolers through adults about God’s great gifts to us as males and females and how we are uniquely made to love Him and serve others. The parent guide, How to Talk Confidently with Your Child about Sex, takes you through all the stages of your child’s development to assist you in providing biological facts; establishing behaviors, values, and attitudes of

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The Journeys of St. Paul

Sunday Morning Adult Bible Study beginning October 20th The Apostle Paul, known as the missionary to the Gentiles, visited over 40 places during his 32 years of being a missionary to the Mediterranean world.  He suffered greatly for the sake of the Gospel during those years, as he himself records in 2 Corinthians 11:23-28.  During my recent trip to see some of the places where St. Paul journeyed, I was blessed to see several of

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Adopt a Seminary Student Collection

Berett Steffen, our adopted seminary student, has finished his vicarage in Raleigh, NC. In October he and his wife, Carryn, will be traveling to Oberursel, Germany where he will  be studying as an exchange student at the Lutheran seminary. Please prayerfully consider supporting our adopted seminary student financially and prayerfully. Special offering envelopes will be available on Sundays, October 13, 20 and 27th. Checks should be written to Concordia Theological Seminary with “Berett Steffen” written

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