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Lord Jesus, keep up Your good work!

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 2012
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“Read…Ponder…Share

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | July, 2013
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June is subscription month for the Lutheran Spokesman. In that connection the usual appeal went out to CLC pastors nationwide, seeking their help in the promotion of the magazine in their respective congregations. The latest appeal prompted the following response from one of the pastors regarding “disposal” of the monthly issues. “’What to do with… Read More »“Read…Ponder…Share Read More

COMPLETE AGREEMENT IN DOCTRINE AND PRACTICE (1 Cor. 1:10)

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | November, 2000
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(The Scriptural Requirement for the Practice of Church Fellowship) or The Wisconsin Synod’s Confession–What Is It? by Joel N. Krafft From the editor: The following Review first appeared in the CLC's Journal of Theology, June 2000, p. 55f. It is our feeling that our lay-people as well as our clergy should be made aware of… Read More »COMPLETE AGREEMENT IN DOCTRINE AND PRACTICE (1 Cor. 1:10) Read More

CLC Exploratory Services

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 1996
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See comments in Announcements section. LOCATION PASTOR IN CHARGE LAYPERSON TO CONTACT Arizona, Pastor Michael Eichstadt Gerald & Kathy Gehling Gold Canyon 602-866-2341 6140 S. Kings Ranch Rd Gold Canyon, AZ 85219 California, Pastor Michael Springeler Stockton 510-886-3252 Colorado, Pastor Peter Reim Colorado Springs 970-663-3594 or 800-777-4316 Florida, Pastor Wayne Eichstadt Jacksonville Missionary at Large… Read More »CLC Exploratory Services Read More

Godliness feeds on the Word of God.

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 2012
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“BREAD OF LIFE” READINGS April 2016

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | April, 2016
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TLH = The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941; WS = Worship Supplement 2000; [ ] = Biblical Events Noted Date Biblical Events Noted Verse Reading Comments Apr 1 WS 775 Numbers 23:1-26 Balaam and Balak found themselves unable to work against the power of God’s Word. Apr 2 WS 780 Numbers 27:12-23 God sees to it that… Read More »“BREAD OF LIFE” READINGS April 2016 Read More

“BREAD OF LIFE” READINGS March 2018

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | March, 2018
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TLH = The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941; WS = Worship Supplement 2000; LSB = Lutheran Service Book, 2006 Date Verse Reading Comments Mar 1 TLH 29 Isaiah 45:1-13 Judah would go into exile, but God had already planned for their release and chosen the man (Cyrus) who would bring it about. Mar 2 TLH 609/LSB 337;… Read More »“BREAD OF LIFE” READINGS March 2018 Read More

Historical Markings

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | November, 2000
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Where Have We Been? Where Are We Going? (Editor’s note: The following excerpt reveals that literally “from the beginning” the new synod–yet in its earliest formative stage–placed the matter of missions on the front burner. The selection appeared in the essay under the heading: Activities Of The Interim Conference.) From the very beginning the Interim… Read More »Historical Markings Read More

SMORGASBORD

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | August, 1998
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* PRESERVING INNOCENCE — (Adapted from the Newsletter of Grace Lutheran Church, Sleepy Eye, Minn. Paul Fleischer is pastor.) I read an article recently called “Preserving Innocence.” The article addressed the fact that our children are increasingly exposed to the ways of the world. It described our day as “an age when anything goes.” With… Read More »SMORGASBORD Read More

February 7-12

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | February, 2011
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7 Matthew 8:23-27 -THL 649 God controls gravity, wind, and waves. 8 Matthew 14:22-33 -THL 297 Jesus reached out to rescue a sinker. 9 John 6:63-69 -THL 297 Jesus is still with us in His words of life. 10 Romans 13:8-10 -THL 389 We bank on Jesus to carry our debt for us. 11 2… Read More »February 7-12 Read More

November 27- December 3

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | November, 2011
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27 Advent: John 8:48-59 -THL 64 Abraham rejoiced to see Jesus’ day. 28 Genesis 50 -THL 615 We anticipate our reunion with all of them. 29 Exodus 1 – THL 299 It was sinful but legal to kill babies. 30 Ecclesiastes 12:13-14 -THL 15 There’s no way God can be fooled. 1 Acts 28:16-31 –… Read More »November 27- December 3 Read More

Christian, guard your spiritual treasures!

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 2012
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Our Nation in Crisis; Our God still a Refuge–

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | January, 2002
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(An article appeared in the SMORGASBORD section, November 2001, entitled “Retaliation.” The author, Pastor Wayne Eichstadt of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Mankato, Minnesota, went on to write a number of bulletin articles on Christian perspectives connected with the 9/11 terrorist attacks. This second article was also part of the radio broadcast, Immanuel Meditations, the morning of… Read More »Our Nation in Crisis; Our God still a Refuge– Read More

Celebration at Bethel Lutheran Church, Morris, Minnesota–

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | November, 2000
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Fifty Years In The Public Ministry This past summer marked fifty years in our Lord’s service for Pastor Elton A. Hallauer, pastor of Bethel Ev. Lutheran Church, Morris, and Peace Ev. Lutheran Church, Parkers Prairie, Minnesota. A special service celebrating the anniversary was held on June 18, 2000 at the church in Morris. Retired Pastor… Read More »Celebration at Bethel Lutheran Church, Morris, Minnesota– Read More

CLC EXPLORATORY SERVICES

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | August, 1998
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This is a list of “start-up” congregations who are being served by an off-site pastor. Some meet in homes, others in rented facilities. Also included are our two CLC exploratory missions in Gold Canyon, Ariz. and Grand Rapids/Cadillac, Mich. Visitors are warmly welcomed. Those who are considering a move, or are just traveling through the… Read More »CLC EXPLORATORY SERVICES Read More

Hold fast the pattern of sound words!

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 2012
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SMORGASBORD

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | January, 2002
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* ON HUMAN CLONING The following letter was sent to a local newspaper last November by one of our CLC pastors. We heartily agree with the expressions in the letter. This being the anniversary month of the 1973 Roe vs. Wade Supreme Court ruling in favor of abortion, the letter’s contents are especially timely. Dear… Read More »SMORGASBORD Read More

Pastor Bertram Naumann Retires

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | November, 2000
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(The following information is drawn from an address delivered at a retirement dinner for the celebrant–by his eldest son, Pastor Paul Naumann–at Redemption Lutheran Church, Lynnwood, Washington on May 28. The son’s comments are in quotation marks. — Ed.) Bertram Justus Naumann was born on June 19, 1931 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and was baptized in… Read More »Pastor Bertram Naumann Retires Read More

Arguing produces more heat than light.

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | June, 2012
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Gene Schreyer Retires

Written by Lutheran Spokesman | November, 2000
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On June 11, 2000 Immanuel Lutheran Church, Mankato, Minnesota celebrated Mr. Gene Schreyer’s teaching ministry in its Lutheran High School. The following information comes by adaptation from the celebration folder. — Editor Gene was born to Roman and Irma Schreyer on January 6, 1938 in New Ulm, Minnesota. He attended Lutheran elementary school until the… Read More »Gene Schreyer Retires Read More

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