We Remember James of Jerusalem

Festival of St. James of Jerusalem, Brother of Jesus and Martyr October 23 The Lord be with you St. James of Jerusalem (or “James the Just”) is referred to by St. Paul as “the Lord’s brother” (Galatians 1:19). The New Testament refers to “brothers and sisters” of Jesus (Matthew 13:53;

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A Special Worship Invitation

Celebrate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation at Concordia Theological Seminary – Fort Wayne. The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president, The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, will serve as preacher for a special Reformation service on October 31, at 7:30 p.m. in Kramer Chapel. If you can’t join us on campus,

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We Remember Ignatius of Antioch, Pastor and Martyr

Commemoration of Ignatius of Antioch, Pastor and Martyr October 17 The Lord be with you October 17 is set aside, on our liturgical calendar, to remember Ignatius of Antioch, Pastor and Martyr. Ignatius was the bishop of Antioch in Syria at the beginning of the second century AD and an

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The End of the World as We Know It

Great Predictions of the End of the World as We Know It Some Christians believe, despite what Jesus said about not being able to know when the Last Day will come (Matthew 24:36), that it is possible for someone to be able to predict either the day or at least

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No One Left Behind

NO ONE LEFT BEHIND, CHRYSOSTOM (commenting on Hebrews 12:15): As if they were traveling together on some long journey, in a large company, he says, “Take heed that you should arrive yourselves, but also that you should look diligently after the others.” “That no one,” he says, “fails to obtain

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