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On the Hook for Jesus

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One of the biggest challenges of Bible study is figuring out what a passage means for today. A fair and often difficult question is, how does this passage apply to me?  It’s a question we always ask at our men’s breakfast/Bible study on Saturday mornings.  We asked it...

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Update from Pastor Lauren

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Dear Members and Friends of Roseville Lutheran Church, Thank you for your participation at Roseville Lutheran’s Annual Meeting, held on Sunday, August 23rd. We had just over 150 members join us for this time of conversation, questions and reports and had overwhelming support in passing...

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The Business of the Church

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Sunday, August 23 at 10:00 am is our RLC annual meeting. It is necessary for the legal institution we call “Roseville Lutheran Church” to function. Without legal procedures we can informally gather but we couldn’t have a building or staff and great programs, nor associations...

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God's Grace Exposed in Humanness

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It’s not surprising, I suppose (I AM a pastor), but it is nevertheless true, that with Bible study I grow in my appreciation for the uniqueness of Christianity: at the center is a God who became human to share in our struggles and guide us through them. Recently our men’s group met...

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We Gather Around Many Tables

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Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously. Each of you should give what you have decided in your heart to give, not reluctantly or under compulsion, for God loves a cheerful giver. And God is able to bless you...

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A journey of relationships

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When I was in seminary I had a class from one of the most creative people I’ve ever met—Pastor Herb Brokering. He was the author of the hymn, “Earth and All Stars,” a hymn which reflects his view that the entire created order reflects God’s glory: “Earth and...

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What is our Role in Justice?

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My neighborhood sidewalks have the occasional poem printed on them for people to enjoy as they go by. One caught my eye earlier this summer but it must be on a route I don’t walk very often, because I only managed to find it again this week: Tipping the Scales  by Georgia A...

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Living into the "L"

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There has been a lot of talk lately (and understandably so) about what our economic recovery may look like as we swim our way out of the depths of a pandemic onto more solid shores of stability. You can see on the chart that there are different “shapes” that economic recoveries look...

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Our Plan, or God's Plan?

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[Today we have a story – a bit of news – rather than a traditional devotional. Although, there is plenty of "devotion" in this story about some work going on about the grounds of Roseville Lutheran Church! Thanks to KJ Bach for sharing this and for all the volunteers for your work...

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Takk Sa Mykett

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Last week I wrote about seeing God in a generous exchange at a Nebraska restaurant as we travelled to Colorado. My point was that God is always active—and sometimes we see it. Seeing life through a God-shaped lens doesn’t just happen. Identifying God at work requires • knowledge...

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