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Month: April 2017

A Pastoral Letter

The Missouri Synod was organized at First Saint Paul’s church in Chicago in the spring of 1847. Years later their Pastor wrote a letter. A pastoral letter from the Rev. James G. Manz informs his parishioners that four...

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Praying for the Persecuted.

The LCMS passed a resolution at our last convention that encouraged congregations and individuals to raise awareness about the plight of Christians being persecuted around the world and if nothing else to pray for them. ...

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The Local “Forgiveness Person”.

The glorious Easter Gospel is to be preached throughout the world and applied to folks in the local congregation so they have faith in Christ.  As the Lutheran Confessions state, “that we may obtain this faith, the office of...

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How are you Going to Pay for It?

I doubt very seriously that anyone has heard that Ben Carson, head of Housing and Urban Development, ran an audit that found 550 billion dollars in accounting errors in that department.  You probably haven’t heard that...

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