Please pray for God’s wisdom in all decisions our congregation makes in the coming months.
February 26, 2016 Dear Brothers and Sisters in Fellowship & Mission, I humbly request and call our family of churches to a time of seeking God and presenting ourselves before Him in prayer for our shared mission vulnerabilities and opportunities. When we know our great weakness, we can know His great strength. On March 16th,
Click on a title to listen. To download, right-click and select “Download Linked File.” To download all of this issue’s audio files together, click here: Faith & Fellowship Nov/Dec 2015. Quiet Moments: God is in the Storm – Troy Tysdal Glimpse: Love Divine, All Loves Excelling – Roy Heggland My Soul Restored – Kay Asche Where
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
Rev. Alfred C. Baderman passed away on May 7, 2015. Al was born July 25, 1927 in Henderson Harbor, NY. He was a graduate of Lutheran Brethren Seminary and served as a pastor in WI, MN, ND, Canada and AZ. In recent years, he was the Chaplain of the Mesa Christian Care Center and the
Reverend Robert Magnus Sletta, 86, went home to be with his Lord on September 27, 2014, his 62nd wedding anniversary. Born in Chicago, IL, he spent 5 years of his childhood in Norway and then returned to the United States. He graduated high school from Hillcrest Lutheran Academy, Fergus Falls, MN, then received his Bachelor
I was asked if I could write an article for the Eastern Region on “staying connected to students over the summer” which I realize can be a difficult thing to make happen. As I thought on that topic it got me to name the following suggestions and ideas that have helped me. 1. Realize that while attendance does decline