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Faith Ministry Stories

Synod Assembly Highlights

Posted by Deacon Nina Joygaard on

A wonderful group of folks from Faith attended the Saint Paul Area Synod Assembly in May. We were part of worship, business, connecting with others, and learning about so many different ministries at a mission fair. Here are some thoughts our voting members shared: Support and participation...

F2 Presents, Summer Stretch!

Posted by Cathy Nelson on

F2 SUMMER STRETCH For all Completed 6th thru 9th graders. F2 - Summer Stretch coming in July!  It is a time for Middle schoolers (completed grades 6 – 9) to do some good service work, and then have a fun-filled adventure in the afternoon.  We’ll hold four sessions on...

Breathing Through Lent Post #5

Posted by Deacon Nina Joygaard on

In a study of breathing patterns of patients with anxiety and depression, “It turned out that the most efficient breathing rhythm occurred when both the length of respirations and total breaths per minute were locked in to a spooky symmetry: 5.5 -second inhales followed by 5.5- second...

Breathing Through Lent Post #4

Posted by Deacon Nina Joygaard on

One Breath It's only one breath from disbelief's world to the place where faith resides.   It's only one sigh from doubt's waystation to the homeland of certainty.   Don't now despise this single, dear breath — the purpose of life is just this breath. ~ Shah...

“Art Reflections” Show on Display

Posted by Deacon Nina Joygaard on

All are invited to spend some time exploring the artwork of Mary Anne Kinane at Faith Lutheran. Her show is titled “Art Reflections” and connects to many aspects of our faith as Christians. Mary Anne is a member of Faith, part of the Faith Choir, and recently participated in the...

Breathing Through Lent Post #3

Posted by Deacon Nina Joygaard on

“The Hebrew word for breath is ruach, which is the very same word for spirit. And to whom does original breath, original spirit, belong? What is the source of breath, of spirit, of life itself?” — Wayne Dosick, Soul Judaism       We’re finding ourselves in...