On July 19, 2016 the Council of Directors of the Church of the Lutheran Brethren will meet in Fergus Falls, Minnesota.
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On August 31, 2015 Lutheran Brethren Seminary opened the 2015-16 academic year by dedicating their new facility to the glory of God in preparing servants of Christ for a life of ministry in His mission. CLB President Paul Larson addressed the seminary students and the crowd of nearly 150 with a message of dependence on
The 2015-16 seminary year began with an intensive taught by Professor Brad Pribbenow. The course introduced students to a theology and practice of worship and included guidelines for Christian worship in the Lutheran Church. The fourteen students in attendance were privileged to be the first class in our new Seminary building.
In August Professor Brad Pribbenow of Lutheran Brethren Seminary served as the featured lecturer for the Eastern Region’s annual Pastors School. His topic was a Theology of Worship and the event was held at Tuscarora Inn and Conference Center, in Mt. Bethel, PA.
Pre-register now for the Central Region’s 12th annual Pastors Masters. This year’s event will be held on September 18 in Ramsey, Minnesota. Please mail your registration with payment to: CLBA Central Region c/o Pastor Brent Walker 309 N Circle Dr. Blue Earth, MN 56013 Questions Please Call 507-525-2320Or email [email protected] Schedule:Date: September 18, 2017Registration: 10:00 a.m. (Driving Range, practice
Estes Park, CO – President Paul LarsonBros Ed Nugent & Andrew Foss bringing the News at YC15!!
“You can’t read the Great Commission without concluding that we serve a SENDING God who intends for us to be a GOING people. This means we’re never to be satisfied with where we’ve already gone or what we’ve already built. Rather, in submission to his call we step out to new locations and plant and
September 11, 2011 is a day that has come to represent loss for many in the United States. For me, September 19, 1980 is forever etched in my mind as the day that defines loss—the moment in time when my daughter Amanda Rae Asche was born and then died. Indescribable joy and cruel pain all
As I sit down to write this article (aided by my third cup of coffee; sorry for the jitters), I am surrounded by comfort: The comfort of a parsonage that looks great and is plenty spacious. The comfort of a Staten Island neighborhood that is safe, clean and fun for my kids to run around
Psalm 145:1-3— “I will exalt you, my God and King; I will praise your name for ever and ever. Every day I will praise you and extol your name. Great is the Lord and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.” I am grateful. Grateful for the fellowship of believers who make
She was a constant at the edges of my life. I only saw her a handful of times, yet just hearing her name—“Aunt Esther”—without exception brought me into listening range. She had just come home to stay in the States, after two assignments of three or four years each, in Lere, Chad, Africa. It was