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Our Gracious God

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In our “40 Days of Community” small group on Monday we focused on what matters most to God. (answer: love) The text was I Corinthians 13—the love chapter often used at weddings but applicable anytime. It was a wonderful conversation which centered on God’s unconditional...

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We Are Not Alone

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A common theme I hear these days is stress…stress over school openings; stress over continuing to wear masks and keeping distant; stress over RLC not being able to fully open for worship, coffee hour and small groups; stress over social unrest; stress over our harsh divisions in the...

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Hold Fast to What is Good

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You’ve heard the jokes about blotting the year 2020 out of the calendar. It’s been a tough year no matter how you measure it. Nerves are on edge. We are impatient for the pandemic to end. The fragile economy leaves us with a sense of foreboding. And, of course, the...

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An Update from Pastor Lauren

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Dear Members and Friends of Roseville Lutheran Church, On Sunday, August 23rd, I participated in a few “spirit filled” events.  At 8:30 on that morning, I met with the family of Kaleb Rogers for a baptism. We met in our sanctuary and we proceeded to welcome him into the...

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Harvest of Abundance

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Have any of you had the opportunity to see sunflowers blooming this year? My neighbors have two massive sunflower plants in their yard. I have never seen sunflowers as large as these two are. They are easily 9 feet tall with thick green stalks, leaves the size of my head, and huge yellow...

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Time to Be Grateful

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Every morning at 8:00 a.m. we are greeted by the carillon at our nearby church playing “Morning Has Broken.” It is a wonderful way to meet the new day. (The hymn’s history goes back to 1931 when its English author, Eleanor Farjeon, set the words to a Gaelic tune.) It’s...

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