Posts with the tag “2023-01”

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Unleash New Leaders
January 13th, 2023
Type your new text here. As baptism and communion, rest and life, God come near in Christ—all in the new covenant are anticipated in the old, signaled by such things as circumcision, Passover, promise...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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God Gives More Than You Ask or Imagine
January 13th, 2023
The first seven years of my life were spent in Ethiopia. I remember life there being very challenging. Water was scarce. Food was scarce. I feared the weather, as it contributed to the scarcity of foo...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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Living In the Ordinary, Living Out the Extraordinary
January 13th, 2023
 To my faithful pastors who preached hundreds of sermons on discipleship over my 57 years, I am sorry. To my Sunday School teachers who faithfully prepared lessons on being a fisher of men and to yout...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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The Hound of Heaven
January 13th, 2023
During a recent lunch with some newer friends, the question was posed: “How did you decide to become a pastor?” My answer usually catches people off guard. “I didn’t.” It’s not that I didn’t want to o...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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God Loves a Cheerful Giver
January 13th, 2023
Throughout our lifetime, we have been involved in a few different congregations. We have been worshiping at Our Redeemer’s Church in Minot, North Dakota since 1993. This large, active congregation has...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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The Joseph Project
January 13th, 2023
Women Together is the tagline for the Women’s Ministries of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren (WMCLB) vision and values statements that were formed this past year. This has also been fitting for thi...  Read More
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Called to the Body of Christ
January 13th, 2023
"So, how were you called?” During this past year and a half of studying at Lutheran Brethren Seminary in preparation for mission work in Chad, I’ve been asked that question more than a couple of times...  Read More
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Young Adult Ministry: ROOTED
January 13th, 2023
When I was in high school, the band Alabama came out with a song titled, I’m In a Hurry.I’m in a hurry to get things done Oh, I rush and rush until life’s no funAll I really gotta do is live and die B...  Read More
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Pathfinders
January 13th, 2023
My brother, Ben, is on the autism spectrum. Growing up, his disability presented a barrier for my family to attend church together. Thankfully, when we were invited to Bethesda LBC in Eau Claire, WI, ...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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May We Teach a Few, So They May Teach a Few
January 13th, 2023
Kathleen Kjolhaug has written this 33 Day Devotional for readers from 4 to 104 (See photo). If you would like to purchase a copy, please reach out to Kathleen at: wemenews@gmail.com Upon bended knee s...  Read More
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Accreditation Assessment Results
January 13th, 2023
This past summer, Lutheran Brethren Seminary successfully completed an in-depth accreditation assessment of our institution. This included an evaluation of the thoroughness and consistency of all poli...  Read More
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Pastor Mars Harper Installed
January 13th, 2023
L to R:  Dr. Eugene Boe; Elders Kenneth Roed, Charles Strand, Paul Carlson; Mitzi, Gideon, and Rev. Mars Harper. On October 30, 2022, Rev. Mars Harper was installed as pastor at Bethel Lutheran Brethr...  Read More
by Church of the Lutheran Brethren
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Ebenezer LB Church Celebrates Centennial
January 13th, 2023
Members and friends of Ebenezer LBC gathering to celebrate God’s faithfulness. On August 6-7, 2022, people gathered from all over the United States… messages and letters poured in from all around the ...  Read More
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Trusting the Lord
January 13th, 2023
There was a self-perpetuating youth organization called Lutheran Brethren Youth Fellowship. I was an officer in the Central District LBYF. Rev. Elroy Vesta was our advisor. My friend Tim Anderson was ...  Read More
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