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Category: A Slice of Life in CLC

A SLICE OF LIFE IN THE CLC Snapshots of congregations from around the Church of the Lutheran Confession
Gift of God Lutheran Church began as (and remains to this day) the sole church presence in the steadily growing community of Mapleton, North Dakota, about fifteen miles west of Fargo. It began as a preaching station in Read More
A SLICE OF LIFE IN THE CLC Snapshots of congregations from around the Church of the Lutheran Confession.
A Gospel Opportunity “Come to the land of Opportunity and Greenacres,” cried the advertisement in Midwestern newspapers at the turn of the century. Instead, the settlers who came to the Spokane Read More
A SLICE OF LIFE IN THE CLC Snapshots of congregations from around the Church of the Lutheran Confession.
For many, Gethsemane is a name difficult both to spell and to pronounce. For those unfamiliar with its Biblical significance, it seems a strange and foreign name. But what a wonderful name for a Christian congregation! Read More
A SLICE OF LIFE IN THE CLC Snapshots of congregations from around the Church of the Lutheran Confession.
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Hebrews 11:1) Like many congregations of the CLC, Faith Lutheran Church in New Ulm was born out of a desire to stand firm on the Read More
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Hebrews 11:1)
The village of Cambridge, Wisconsin is located about thirty-five miles east of Madison and ten miles from the cities of Lake Mills, Jefferson, and Fort Atkinson. It has a population of about 1,500 people, and Read More
A SLICE OF LIFE IN THE CLC Snapshots of congregations from around the Church of the Lutheran Confession.
The numbers are grim. 24% consider themselves Protestant. Of these, only 0.9% say that the Bible is the Word of God. This is the state of things in Germany today—a country from which God raised up many faithful Read More
A SLICE OF LIFE IN THE CLC Snapshots of congregations from around the Church of the Lutheran Confession.
Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church of Coloma, Michigan, came into existence when forces of religious liberalism challenged the truth of God’s eternal Word. By God’s grace, about eighty communicants and their pastor, Read More
Faith Evangelical Lutheran Church of Coloma, Michigan, came into existence when forces of religious liberalism challenged the truth of God’s eternal Word. By God’s grace, about eighty communicants and their pastor, Ralph Schaller, chose to remain faithful to God’s Word and separated from their former congregation. Armed with the Sword of the Read More
People often ask, “Why the name Berea?” With a large Twin Cities metro area filled with Protestant and Lutheran churches with familiar names, the name Berea does indeed stand out. More importantly, it has a rich biblical significance (Acts 17:10-12) as a city visited by the Apostle Paul and commended as a flock which Read More
Seventy-eight years ago, in the early summer of 1941, St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church had its first worship service, conducted by Pastor Reinhardt Schierenbeck of Sanborn, Minnesota. On June 27 of 1941, St. Paul’s was incorporated and its constitution adopted. At the time of organization, St. Paul’s membership consisted of fourteen Read More