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Religion, Politics, and the Election (2/2)

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Mark Tranvik We're delighted to welcome Dr. Mark Tranvik as our presenter for this adult forum. As Christians we are called to be citizens.  What does this mean for the election in November? How might our Lutheran faith inform our hearts and minds? Two main points to be discussed...

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Religion, Politics, and the Election 1/2

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Mark Tranvik We're delighted to welcome Dr. Mark Tranvik as our presenter for this adult forum. As Christians we are called to be citizens.  What does this mean for the election in November? How might our Lutheran faith inform our hearts and minds? Two main points to be discussed...

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Back to School Blessings

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The end of summer has always meant two things: the Minnesota State Fair, and heading out to purchase school supplies, backpacks and new fall clothes. With many of our students, teachers and educators working with a variety of models for instruction this year, there is a lot of uncertainty and...

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Voting 101: A Christian Perspective

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Sunday, August 2 - George Shardlow Voting 101: A Christian Perspective How do we as Christians exercise our most basic right in the midst of a global pandemic? In this session, we will outline the options we have as voters this fall, and reflect on the power and importance of...

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What Does Our Christian Fatih Say about being a Citizen?

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Sunday, July 26 - Madison Johnston What Does Our Christian Faith Say About Being a Citizen? In the face of a national election, we will dig into the origin story of government as we know it according to Scripture. Then, we will explore together what it means to live out our faith and to...

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Hope for Better Times 4

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One of the most important impulses in the modern history of Christianity is Pietism, which began as a renewal movement in German Lutheranism, spread to the Lutheran churches of Scandinavia, and shaped the development of several Lutheran bodies in America. Yet most Lutherans and other Christians...

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Gospel According to Mark (4/4)

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A prominent theologian once described the Gospel of Mark as a “Passion Narrative with an extended introduction.” From its opening announcement of this work as the “beginning of the good news of Jesus the Christ,” Mark’s story draws us into the story of Jesus&rsquo...

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Hope for Better Times 3

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One of the most important impulses in the modern history of Christianity is Pietism, which began as a renewal movement in German Lutheranism, spread to the Lutheran churches of Scandinavia, and shaped the development of several Lutheran bodies in America. Yet most Lutherans and other Christians...

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Gospel According to Mark (3/4)

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A prominent theologian once described the Gospel of Mark as a “Passion Narrative with an extended introduction.” From its opening announcement of this work as the “beginning of the good news of Jesus the Christ,” Mark’s story draws us into the story of Jesus&rsquo...

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Hope for Better Times 2

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One of the most important impulses in the modern history of Christianity is Pietism, which began as a renewal movement in German Lutheranism, spread to the Lutheran churches of Scandinavia, and shaped the development of several Lutheran bodies in America. Yet most Lutherans and other Christians...

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