It is with thankful hearts that we are able to say that we made it safely back to the states in December with negative Covid tests on both ends. As we shared in our last email we are planning to be in the states until the end of February as a short furlough with time to rest, regroup and take care of some things before we head back to Bulgaria for the spring. We have had a wonderful time with our family these past few weeks and while we are not able to see many of you in person due to the virus situation, it has been a blessing to see those of you that we can during this time. We do hope that we are able to connect with more of you either in person or virtually in the coming weeks while we are stateside.Continue reading “Global Worker Update – The Pfisters”
With so many requests regarding New Starts and Church Planting in the NALC, we will be hosting a webinar/video conference meeting on Thursday, February 25th at 12:00 PM ET. Pastor Phil Gagnon would love for you to join him!Continue reading “New Starts – Inquirers Meeting”
A time of repentance, reflection and renewal has been practiced by Christians as a 40-day season (excluding Sundays) from the fourth century to the present day. Lent had its roots in baptismal preparation, fasting before celebration of Easter, and renewed baptismal commitment for those who had fallen away from the faith.
This booklet offers short, to-the-point devotions that do not take much time so that you may find joy in the simple Lenten discipline of daily devotions. Ways to access the devotional: From Ashes To Easter – Lenten Devotional.Continue reading “From Ashes To Easter – A Lenten Devotional”
Lutheran Collegiate Bible Institute (LCBI) is a Lutheran high school in Outlook, Saskatchewan whose hundred- year motto: “We Would See Jesus”. LCBI’s holistic academics and campus life programs come down to three goals in growing the whole student: Excellent Learning, Personal Faith, and Caring Relationships.Continue reading “LCBI – Robotics for Campus Clips”
Imagine what it would be like, and what Jesus would do through us in the North American Lutheran Church (NALC) if we collectively renewed our commitment to our Lord’s commission to make disciples, and if we together reaffirmed our desire to become the fulfillment of his commandment that we love one another as he Has loved us?
Imagine what might happen, if every pastor and every congregation and every member in our church body made this same personal commitment to be living witnesses to and for our risen Lord Jesus?Continue reading “The Academy: Building A Disciple-Making Culture”