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Discerning Mission today

I’m offering the following reflection to members of our congregational council prior to a conversation we hope to have around discerning a mission focus at Faith Lutheran. I invite your responses, too! A missional theology for the 21st century I … Continue reading

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Faith in the dark

Sixteenth century Reformer Martin Luther claimed we are “justified by faith”. That means, we are in a right relationship with God because of the gift of faith in us. Anyone and everyone, therefore, can live in faith. And there is … Continue reading

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Signs of hope on the road to Damascus

Not only is the call to differentiation a personal challenge but a societal one as well. Even reformist movements, such as the Arab Spring which first began to spread across the Middle East in March 2011, can fail to represent … Continue reading

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