Monthly Archives: November 2013

Your Grace Finds Me — Matt Redman

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Canadian Lutheran World Relief Collects 40,000 Sweaters for Syrian Refugees

Due to the generous response of Canadians, the Canadian Lutheran World Relief sweater-drive for Syrian refugees has collected 40,000 sweaters! CTV Winnipeg covered the story. You watch the report at: CTV Winnipeg. CLWR further reports on their website: The sweaters … Continue reading

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What Makes Humans Valuable (Part 2) — Scott Klusendorf

The following video is Scott Klusendorf’s (Life Training Institute) fourth lecture from an Advanced Life Training Apologetic’s course at Biola University. In this lecture, Scott addresses the question: “What Makes Humans Valuable?” (Part 2) The “Go!” blog dedicates Thursdays to this … Continue reading

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The Mashed Up Church (Part 2) — Rev. Bill Woolsey

Rev. Bill Woolsey speaks at the Regional Outreach Conference, sponsored by Lutheran Hour Ministries, in Long Beach, California. In Part 2 of his presentation (Part 1 was posted on Go! last week), Pastor Woolsey unpacks how St. Paul’s words in … Continue reading

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The Gift — Living Fully, Dying Naturally: A Personal Look at Palliative Care and the End-of-Life Experience

HALIFAX, N.S. — The Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada (CMDS Canada), a national association of doctors, dentists, and students, announces the release of its new short film, The Gift. Designed for use in church congregations, the film offers a … Continue reading

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The Death of Evangelism is Required for the Resurrection of an Evangelizing Church Culture

There are countless opportunities for Christians to be engaged in Christ’s mission.  But “evangelism” is blocking Christians from participaing in Jesus’ mission of seeking and saving lost people.   Craig L. Nessan explains what needs to happen so that God’s missionary people can be … Continue reading

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Please Pray for the People of Yemen

To learn more about the prayer needs of the people of Yemen, visit: Yemen.

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Watches of the Night — Jesus Draw Me Nearer (Keith and Kristyn Getty)

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Your Invitation To Receive Lamp’s Advent Devotions

Rev. Ken Klaus writes, When I was asked to write the introduction for this year’s LAMP devotional, I jumped at the opportunity. That is because, having been on the Lutheran Hour radio broadcast for more than a decade, I was … Continue reading

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What Makes Humans Valuable, Part 1: Substance View of Human Persons

The following video is Scott Klusendorf’s (Life Training Institute) third lecture from an Advanced Life Training Apologetic’s course at Biola University. In this lecture, Scott addresses the question: “What Makes Humans Valuable?” The “Go!” blog dedicates Thursdays to this course … Continue reading

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