STEWARDSHIP THOUGHTS–John 20:19 “Jesus came and stood among them and said to then, “Peace be with you.’” The peace we have in Jesus is what makes a life of good works possible. Since we know that it is Jesus who saved us, and not our works, we are now free to do good works not out of self-interest, but for the right reasons: out of thanksgiving toward God and love for our neighbors.
LIFE QUOTES: “Our Lord has written the promise of the Resurrection not in books alone, but in every leaf in the springtime.” –Martin Luther
THE LUTHERAN WITNESS for April is now available in the narthex.
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YOUR DAILY LUTHERAN BIBLE STUDY...Issues, Etc. is a radio talk show and podcast produced by Lutheran Public Radio in Collinsville, IL and hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken. This week's teachings include: The Proverbs 31 Woman, 2 Kings, Abraham's Visitors from Heaven, Confession & Satisfaction and more. You can listen live or on-demand at www.issuesetc.org and on the LPR mobile app.
SPRING CLEAN-UP is scheduled for Saturday, April 28. The Board of Stewardship invites and encourages everyone from our congregation to join in getting the grounds of the church ready for the coming growing season. Bring your rakes and/or lawn mowers to church so that we can clean up the outside of the church property. We will begin with a breakfast casserole, juice, coffee, (perhaps a donut or two?) and a brief devotion to start the morning at 8:30 am. With everyone’s help, we should be done well before noon. If you have questions, please contact Pastor Schnare. We look forward to seeing you all!