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Faith Ministry Stories

Simple Supplies Create Better Learning Environment

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Faith's Mission Grant Program encourages members to develop partnerships that serve others in our community.  Financial grants are awarded to projects that help someone outside the walls of Faith Lutheran Church, are relational in nature and inspire others to serve in Christ's name. The...

Why Faith and what does this mean?

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Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

On Sunday, January 26th, 2020, Faith Lutheran is hosting our annual meeting at 10:01 in the sanctuary between services. At the beginning of the meeting, we will vote on whether to move into the 2nd step, the Development Phase, of a Sacred Settlement. This is a 4-step process. Step 3, the Plan...

National Radon Month

Posted by Jean Peikert, RN on

January is national Radon month. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas released in rock, soil and water from the natural decay of uranium. The levels outside are a low threat to human health, but radon can accumulate to dangerous levels inside buildings. You can’t see, smell or...

Go and tell how much the Lord has done for you

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Posted by Lloyd Sather on

Having used a series of parables to teach His disciples and a large crowd of followers on the nature of The Kingdom of God, Jesus and His disciples head east, across the lake to a region inhabited primarily by Gentiles.  Mark reports that it was evening when they departed.   It...

A dove? A handprint? A house? A flame?

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Have you noticed these images recently around our church building? What do they have to do with spiritual gifts?  What gifts has God given to you? There are 20 spiritual gifts mentioned in the Bible. They can be broken down into 4 different categories. Serving Gifts—A Handprint...

Learning to play as part of our spiritual growth

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Spiritual sages, prophets and gurus from all different spiritual traditions encourage us not to take ourselves too seriously. Their wisdom has echoed down through the millennia warning us that what we think we know is not always the truth and truth often shows up in the most unlikely places. To...