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Two fun summer activities for RLC kids

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Camp Salie – A First Camping Experience for Kids!                 Camp Salie is an amazing opportunity for kids completing grades 2-4 to experience what Bible Camp looks like in a setting that is close to home.  At Camp Salie this past...

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Stories of RLC: VBS Wrap Up

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We had a ROARing good time at VBS in June! 125 kids and over 70 volunteers learned that when Life is wild, God is good!  Kids met in small groups and visited different stations during the morning, from our opening songs and skits to Bible story, crafts, Imagination Station, snack and games...

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Stories of RLC: Cornerstone Wrap Up

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We have completed another year of Cornerstone and it was filled with special moments! Relationships between students and their shepherds were fun to watch. Our little ones gained confidence and learned how much God loves them with the encouragement and reassurance of their Shepherds. Gena...

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Stories of RLC: Karen Organization of Minnesota

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The Karen (kuh-ren) Organization of Minnesota is the first social services agency in the country founded by Karen refugees from Burma. They provide resources to help organizations learn how to work with this growing community. Our RLC tutors help Karen  children at Central Park School who...

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Stories of RLC: RLC Sunday School

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Have you ever made paper?  Do you love the smell of fresh baked bread?  Gather in the Social Hall on Sunday, April 28 and Sunday, May 5!  Everyone is invited!  Sundays April 28 and May 5, we are “mixing it up” a bit by inviting all kids ages 2-102 and their...

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Stories of RLC: Leaving a Legacy at Roseville Lutheran

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Long-time RLC members Roy and Blythe were devoted to the church in many ways. In fact, Roy was president of the congregation during the time when the decision was made to expand the RLC campus. His bold and courageous leadership helped move a challenging process forward, for the benefit of all...

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Stories of RLC: A Letter of Thanks from Keystone

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Keystone’s emergency food, case management and crisis assistance help thousands of people in our community every year. Your donation is making a difference for people like Curtis, a single parent of three, who turned to Keystone when he was facing a housing crisis. When his hours were cut...

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Stories of RLC: Thank You Steve and Jeanne Anderson

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This spring we get to congratulate Jeanne and Steve Anderson and thank them for many years of teaching our youngest kids in Cornerstone. Jeanne has taught 3 year olds for 30 years with her daughter as her helper until Steve joined as her co-leader in 2005. Jeanne and Steve have been introducing...

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Stories of RLC: Urban Immersions

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This past weekend, 24 ninth grade confirmation students and 7 adults went to Urban Immersions in Minneapolis to experience the many issues contributing to poverty through partnering with organizations that serve those affected. As these students are preparing to affirm their baptism in May, we...

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What is God up to?

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  What is to be done? Our congregations are growing older and smaller. At least 40 percent of our congregations have an average weekly worship attendance of 50 or less. ELCA membership decreases by 70,000 people a year, or roughly the loss of a synod per year. Clergy retirements outnumber...

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