Lessons for 9/30/2012: Numbers 11:4-29 (selected verses); James 5:1-20 (selected verses); Mark 9:38-50. See you Sunday!
From the article: “This doesn’t happen by your sitting around, imagining about God, and expecting Him to come and “zap” you with wisdom and knowledge. He could do that, of course. He has never promised to work that way, however. …
Engaging the church in the work of witness and mercy throughout the world in our life together as The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.
via Lutherans Engage the World Magazine – The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod.…
Thanks to the initiative of Deborah Henry from Imperial, Mo., the “Luther Rose” (also known as “Martin Luther’s seal”) is now approved for inscription on headstones of veterans’ grave markers in U.S. national cemeteries.
via The Lutheran Church – Missouri …
Chick-fil-A clarifies their giving practices in response to media reports that they have changed their giving since media focus on their giving to groups that support traditional marriage began. Chick-fil-A: Press Releases
Interesting article about two authors who have each left generic protestantism and discovered a portion of what Lutheranism offers in Roman Catholicism and Episcopalianism respectively.
Lessons for 9/23/2012: Old Testament: Jeremiah 11:18-20; Epistle: James 3:13-4:10; Gospel: Mark 9:14-29. See you Sunday!
The old adage goes, "If you want something done right, do it yourself." Apparently some dieties can't be bothered to do things right.
As believers, It is absolutely true that we have a holy desire to give glory to God for all He has done and continues to do for us. But we can do that anywhere - we don't need to attend a "worship service" to do that. So what's so special about that hour on Sunday morning? What happens there that can't happen anywhere else?
Pastor Jason Zirbel has a great sermon based on Mark 7:31-38 and James 2. Take a look and then ask yourself, “What do You Say about Jesus?”
. . . So now here’s the real question for all of us: …