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Sister’s Bible Study Invite

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There’s still time to reserve your seat for the new Sister’s Bible Study, Fridays at 10:00am in the library. We’re studying a book called Lady Like, Living Biblically by Rebekah Curtis and Rose Adle. It’s not your average Study….one of the chapters is titled “Who Washes the Dishes After Feminism”…and then there’s this….Bridezilla of Christ. […]

January 2015

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To know wisdom and instruction, to understand words of insight, to receive instruction in wise dealing, in righteousness, justice, and equity; to give prudence to the simple, knowledge and discretion to the youth—let the wise hear and increase in learning, and the one who understands obtain guidance, to understand a proverb and a saying, the […]

January 2014

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Dear friends,   Some churches have these sayings for New Year’s on their sidewalk signs:   Changing calendar…Unchanging God! God can make all things new—even you. Jesus adds life to your years, and years to your life. New Year, same God. New Year promises? God never breaks his.   These are just a small sample […]

December 2013

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The Bright Star of Bethlehem See the birthplace of Christ starting Sunday, December 1st as we learn more about the little town where Jesus was born, and what He, who is the Bright Star of Bethlehem and the whole world has done for us, and continues to do in our lives today. Here’s a preview […]

Check Out These Religious Education Opportunities!

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Family Sunday School: A new format which started this year for teaching God’s Word to kids 1st grade and up and their parents. The class is between services in the Connect Center. I teach it primarily with Nick Hues as my backup. The lessons are based on the readings for the day from the lectionary. This helps […]

Pastor’s Message – November 2013

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Teaching the Word of God for 135 years!   Recently I outlined the venues and curriculums we use to teach God’s Word here at St. Paul Lutheran Church for the Board of Education. As I was mapping it all out on paper, I became impressed with the rich opportunities for those in our church and […]

October 2013

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Our church celebrates its 135th anniversary this month!   Thursday evening, October 24th at 7 pm, we’ll give thanks and praise to God and celebrate our church’s 135th anniversary at an evening worship service—I encourage you to attend. We have lots to be thankful for, namely the fact that God has raised leaders in this […]

June 2013

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              Dear friends, This month my family and I will have been here four years. Does it seem like four years to you? Not to me and Jill. Even though they’ve gone by fast, the last four years have been some of our best since Jill and I have […]

National Youth Gathering Meetings

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On Sunday March 10th there will be a National Youth Gathering Meeting immediately after 2nd Service in the Parish Hall.  Lunch will be provided.  All Youth attending the Gathering along with Parents need to attend. On Sunday, March 3rd Sunday School will be changing for those Youth in 8th through 12th grade.  Our National Youth […]

February 2013

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But Jesus said, “Leave her alone. Why do you trouble her? She has done a beautiful thing to me.” Mark 14:6 Dear friends, The verse above comes from Matthew, where Jesus is reclining at a table in Simon the Leper’s house. The place was filled most likely with men, but this woman comes in and […]