Lutheran Spokesman

"…the Scriptures cannot be broken." John 10:35



Written by Lutheran Spokesman | March, 2012
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The Board of Regents of Immanuel Lutheran College invites nominations for the office of President of ILC. The current term of Professor John Pfeiffer expires June 30, 2012.  All pastors, professors, male teachers, and voting members of the CLC are entitled to nominate a man from the faculty of Immanuel Lutheran College to serve a two-year term beginning July 1, 2012. Nominations must be written or E-mailed no later than midnight April 15, 2012 to:

Mr. Craig Ryan, Secretary
ILC Board of Regents
499 Country Lane
Fulda, MN 56131

Special thanks this month to:

Roger Loveless who is a professional illustrator on a national basis.
He has enjoyed working with clients from the entertainment industry, publishing, advertising,
including Milton Bradley, Nickelodeon, and Paramount Studios. We thank Roger for allowing our little publication to print his painting “My Redeemer Lives” (page 11) in this month’s print issue.

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