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Faith Ministry Stories

Sharing in the light of Christ

Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

Merry Christmas! If you were one of the 1,159 people that attended worship on Christmas Eve, the Holy Spirit was PRESENT in our celebration of the birth of Christ. Wasn’t that exciting to share in the light of Christ during Silent Night? A new old tradition was born, don’t you...

Extraordinary

Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

Happy Holy Days to you. May this Christmas, Hanukah, New Year’s and the many other special occasions, religious or otherwise, be a special time that brings families together.    In my house, we are adjusting to the new routine of a baby. Born on Black Friday, our youngest child...

Bishop Lull's Christmas Message

Posted on

" ... I am bringing you good news of great joy for all the people: to you is born this day in the city of David a Savior, who is the Messiah, the Lord." Luke 2:10-11 We all have children in our lives - daughters and sons, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, the kid we tutor or the neighbor child...

Will you be present for the birth of Jesus?

Posted by Pastor John Klawiter on

Hey everyone, Christmas is almost here! Continue a tradition or start a new one at Faith Lutheran on Monday, December 24th, at 3, 4:30, or 9:30. We’ll sing Silent Night by candlelight at all worship services. Bring your family and invite neighbors to hear a message of being present for...

Hungry Minds Need Food II

Posted by Joyce Getchell on

"Dear Parent / Guardian A message to you from Faith Lutheran Church of Forest Lake: Our hope is that families in difficult situations know that we at Faith Lutheran care about you and your children. We also hope that your future circumstances might allow you and your children to consider 'paying...

Lives were truly changed

Posted by Deacon Nina Joygaard on

This summer, our church council had a two night retreat led by Rev. Justin Grimm from the Saint Paul Area Synod to learn about our spiritual gifts. Our council spends a lot of our time working on “business” during regular meetings—trying to be efficient and make wise decisions...

Christmas Thoughts from the Parish Nurse

Posted by Jean Peikert, RN on

Christmas is a time of new life. The dead leaves and bare ground are covered with a crisp white blanket of snow. Whatever has succumbed to the frost will become new soil, ready to welcome the flowers of spring. There is hope at Christmastime, an expectation of new miracles. As a Christian, we...