Monthly Archives: March 2015

Salvation’s Song — Stuart Townend

“With every breath that I am given I will sing salvation’s song; And I’ll join the chorus of creation Giving praise to Christ alone.” Stuart Townend

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What Kind of People Will We Prove to Be?

Excerpts from a sermon on Job 38:1-11 by Dr. Glenn Schaeffer I am reading a book by Pavel Uhorskai, a Lutheran minister. In his book, Uncompromising Faith: One Man’s Notes from Prison, Rev. Uhorskai tells of his imprisonment and torture … Continue reading

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The Potential of a Seed is a Forest — Alan Hirsch

Alan Hirsch, speaking at the 2011 Five Two Wikiconference, says, “I believe that every believer has the potential for world transformation in them. If you think that is such an overstatement then think of this … a seed is a potential … Continue reading

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The Most Effective Evangelism Tool in the World

The Word of God is the most effective evangelism tool in the world.  The gospel is “the power of God of God for the salvation of everyone who believes.” (Romans 1:16) The Pocket Testament League “provides resources to help believers … Continue reading

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Martin Luther’s Missiology (Part 7)

The 150 years following Luther’s death might be described as the “dark ages” of Lutheran missiological thinking and activity.  But, even with all the challenges facing the subsequent Lutheran generations, it need not have taken a century and a half … Continue reading

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Provide Tangible Support for Liberians as They Recover from the Ebola Epidemic

Canadian Lutheran World Relief (CLWR) is pleased to announce their first shipment of 2015 will be headed to Liberia in partnership with the Lutheran Development Service. Last year Liberia was at the centre of the West African Ebola epidemic. Lutheran Development Service … Continue reading

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Martin Luther’s Missiology (Part 6)

One Voice calls out in the “wilderness” for Lutherans to “Go!” There was a lone voice who called out in this “wilderness” for Lutherans to rethink their attitude toward worldwide evangelization. That lone voice belonged to Justinian von Weltz (1621-1668), … Continue reading

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