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Saturday, February 27th FREE Webinar: “Athletics as Outreach”

Lutheran Hour Ministries invites you to join them on Saturday, February 27th at 10 am CST for a one-hour, live webinar: Athletics as Outreach with guest speaker, Travis Besel. Besel is a grade school teacher and the athletic director of Word … Continue reading

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Less than Two Weeks to Save for Exponential East! A Conference Resourcing Church Planters

Join thousands of church planting leaders for four days of inspiration, encouragement and equipping at Exponential East 2016 church planting conference in Orlando, FL. 150 Speakers + 125 Workshops + 9 Tracks + 5000 Church Planting Leaders Amazing speaker line-up includes Brian Houston, Mark … Continue reading

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We Praise You, O God! — St. Olaf Choir

May you have a joy-filled Canadian Thanksgiving Day weekend as you celebrate God’s countless gifts!

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“If Your Church Loves a Past Era More than the Current Mission, it Loves the Wrong Thing.” — Ed Stetzer

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Today is the International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians

There are about 200 million Christians in the world who are being persecuted for their faith in Jesus Christ.  Please remember these Christian brothers and sisters in your prayers today.  Learn more about the plight of persecuted Christians by visiting: … Continue reading

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Please Pray for the People of North Korea

Simply pray that more and more North Koreans would come to know God as the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  Pray they would come to know and believe in Jesus Christ as their Lord and Saviour.  To that end, pray … Continue reading

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The Global Leadership Summit — October 23-24, 2014

It’s not too late (but you don’t want to delay too much longer!) to register for the Global Leadership Summit.  The Fall Global Leadership Summit is a rebroadcast of the Summer Event.  This session is positioned in the calendar so the … Continue reading

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Go! Posts Return August 25th!

The “Go!” administrator is taking a much needed vacation.  Posts will return on August 25th. In the mean time, continue to Go! and tell other people about the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ!

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Syria’s Need for Shoes in the Za’atari Refugee Camp

The following request was released by Tom Brooks of Canadian Lutheran World Relief (February 4, 2014): Dear CLWR friend, I have just returned from visiting the Za’atari Refugee Camp in Jordan where almost 125,000 people have found safety from Syria’s civil unrest. The … 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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