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CLC Convention June 15-19, 1998 Immanuel Lutheran College Eau Claire, Wisconsin



1. The Exercise of Fellowship in the Early Church -- Pastor Michael Roehl
2. The Exercise of Brotherly Fellowship in the Waning Days of the Church
   Militant -- Pastor Mark Gullerud

Organist Coordinator -- Pastor Paul Krause
Convention Reporter -- Prof. Joseph Lau
Chaplain -- Pastor Delwyn Maas
Communion Service Speaker -- Prof. Clifford Kuehne
Liturgist -- Pastor Joel Fleischer
Memorial Service Speaker -- Pastor Rollin Reim

West Central Delegate Conference

Dates: June 5-7, 1998
Place: Grace Ev. Lutheran Church, Valentine, Nebr.
* 'Sheep Stealing' and Its Relation to Mission Work -- Pastor John 
* The Lottery and Gambling -- Mr. Tim Fuerstenau
* Is It Appropriate to Refer to Christ as our Example? -- Pastor 
  Michael Wilke
* Encouraging Young People to Remain Faithful to the One True Faith --
  Pastor Michael Schierenbeck
* Devotional Study of Psalm 6 -- Mr. Dennis Ahrens
* Discussion of the CLC Convention Prospectus

Conference Chaplain: Pastor James Naumann
Conference Speaker: Pastor Delwyn Maas

–Pastor Steven Sippert, Sec’y

Minnesota Delegate Conference

Date: Sunday, May 31, 1998
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Place: Berea Ev. Lutheran Church, Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota
* Prospectus to the CLC Convention
* Business Meeting

Please announce attendance to the host congregation.

–Pastor Rick R. Grams, Sec’y

Delegate Conference (Texas)

A Delegate Conference for the western congregations of the Southeastern Conference will be held on Saturday, June 6, at Resurrection Lutheran Church, Corpus Christi, Texas. The agenda will include a study of the Prospectus for the 1998 Convention and an essay “Internal Politics: Striving for the Winds” by Jim Burkhardt.

–Pastor John Klatt, Conference Visitor


In accord with our usage and order, David W. Schmidt, who was called by Indian Landing Lutheran congregation of Rochester, New York to be its pastor was installed on February 1, 1998.

–Pastor Paul Tiefel Jr.

Correction: In our March 1998 issue, page 5, second column, line 8, please change the phrase “dead to sin” to read “dead in sin.” Upon reflection, the significance will become obvious to the reader.–Ed.