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Grace and peace to you from God our Father and from the Lord Jesus Christ. – Romans 1:7b (NIV)
Continue reading “Awakening Lives to World Mission”
The NALC is committed to the renewal of all our congregations, working to develop and deliver resources that challenge and open the NALC to the work of the Holy Spirit in our ministry and mission. During Lutheran Week in Indianapolis, the Mission Festival is designed to inspire and serve as a resource to congregations. This includes specific “break out” sessions on a variety of topics. Pastor Brad Hales and Pastor Tom Hilpert are excited to present the topic: “Plant, Grow, Bloom: New Starts in the NALC.”
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Dear brothers and sisters: Greetings in the name of Christ! This ministry update comes to you from Pastor Valery Hryhoryk, your global worker in Belarus. This is my spring 2019 ministry update. You may remember I am issuing a ministry update quarterly. This helps our friends and ministry supporters to pray, be aware of the needs and to give thanks together with us for God’s blessings.
Continue reading “Belarus Ministry Update – NALC Global Worker with EEMN”
The NALC is committed to the renewal of all our congregations, working to develop and deliver resources that challenge and open the NALC to the work of the Holy Spirit in our ministry and mission. Join us for June’s session of The Academy: The Small and Rural Church Part #2.
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Loving One Another
What a privilege and blessing it is to live in a country where we have the freedom to participate in a National Day of Prayer. Created in 1952 by a joint resolution of the United States Congress and signed by President Harry S. Truman, the National Day of Prayer is significant because it prompts us to remember how our founding fathers sought the wisdom of God when making decisions. Each year, the first Thursday of May is set aside as a time to pray for our nation and to come humbly before God, seeking His guidance for our leaders, unity for our country, and His grace upon each of us.
Continue reading “Water Mission – National Day of Prayer”