Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Key to Mission Revitalization Is God’s Word

St. Paul writes, “But as for you, continue in what you have learned and have become convinced of, because you know those from whom you learned it, and how from infancy you have known the holy Scriptures, which are able … Continue reading

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Ministering in a Multi-Cultural Setting & The Nicene Creed (Part 2)

(This posting is Part 2 of a previous posting. For Part 1, go to November 8.  I wrote this article at the request of a Korean Lutheran pastor.  The pastor’s desire was that I would help his congregation better understand … Continue reading

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Rhythms: Equipping Ordinary People for Everyday Gospel Intentionality — Jeff Vanderstelt

Administer’s Note: I was planning to post the second part of “Ministering in a Multi-Cultural Setting & The Nicene Creed” today but due to “human error” I will be posting the second part tomorrow. Instead, I encourage you to take … Continue reading

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Highway of Heroes with Lee Greenwood, “God Bless God”

We remember those who have served and who serve in our Canadian Armed Forces so that we might live in freedom and so that other people in other regions of the world might experience those same freedoms. This music video, … Continue reading

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Canadian Lutheran World Relief — What does CLWR do?

Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR) is one of Canada’s most experienced relief and development agencies. Formed in 1946 as a response to the humanitarian crisis in post-war Europe, CLWR has grown to serve the worlds’ poor and disenfranchised in six … Continue reading

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Ministering in a Multi-Cultural Setting and the Nicene Creed

(I wrote this article at the request of a Korean Lutheran pastor.  The pastor’s desire was that I would help his congregation better understand their role when ministering in a multicultural setting. Although written to a Korean congregation, the reality … Continue reading

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By Faith — Keith and Kristyn Getty

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November 11th: Children’s Outreach at Christmas

Jesus said, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these” (Matthew 19:14). Children are important to Jesus. He desires to share eternity with them. As His … Continue reading

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Michael Frost on Being A Christian in a Post-Christendom Era

In his presentation (see below), Michael Frost discusses what it means to advance the gospel in a world where our language, symbols and institutions have lost their potency and been leached of their true meaning. Re-Christianizing a culture is a … Continue reading

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Ordinary Saints Make Great Witnesses!

November 1 is All Saints Day.  It’s a day on which we pause to remember and to thank God for those fellow believers, who have joined the Church Triumphant, but, who while on earth, witnessed of Jesus Christ. Today, I … Continue reading

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