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Thanksgiving
Author: District Apostle M. Woll
September 2022
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As we approach our Church Thanksgiving Day, on Sunday, October 2, 2022 and, our National Thanksgiving on the following weekend, we have an opportunity to reflect on what we are thankful for: our faith, family, friends and the manifold blessing in our lives.

Often our thankfulness encompasses the past and the present which already provides ample reason to thank God!

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Back to school
Author: District Elder A. Latorcai
August 2022

Joshua 1: 5–6 — “No man shall be able to stand before you all the days of your life; as I was with Moses, so I will be with you. I will not leave you nor forsake you. Be strong and of good courage…”

The last three school years have been anything but consistent. Schools closed, schools open, virtual studies, just to name a few. I hope that this coming year of 2022–2023 will be back to normal and that students, parents, teachers, and staff working in the school system are filled with excitement!

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Service for the departed
Author: Bishop M. Wagner
July 2022  

The first Sunday in July brings us the second service for the departed of our Church year. This service is not only a reverent remembering of the souls who have left this earthly life but an opportunity for us to understand their soul’s conditions and reflect upon their desire to accept the offer of Christ’s salvation available to them. Christ’s sacrifice and the sacraments of Holy Baptism with water and the Spirit, in our Christian faith, are bestowed upon the believing souls during these special divine services.

Let us address two emotions—grief and regret—that are often a reality at the death of a loved one, but from a different vantage point—theirs.

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