St. Titus, Pastor and Confessor January 26 The Lord be with you Today is the festival of St. Titus, Pastor and Confessor. Technically this is a memorial day on our liturgical calendar (like the Conversion of St. Paul). Memorial days are not intended to change your regular Sunday morning worship
January 25 The Lord be with you Today is the Festival of the Conversion of St. Paul on our liturgical calendar. This festival has been on every Liturgical calendar in every English hymnal of the LC-MS. In spite of this, I don’t remember any congregation making a fuss about it
Bible Study Preview We have two mid-week Bible studies here at Our Redeemer. One meets on Monday evenings at 7:00 PM. The second meets on Thursday mornings at 10:00 AM. Below is some information about what they will be covering in the coming months. Monday Bible Study The Monday evening
Wednesday, Jan. 20 | 2:30 p.m. Central time Listen on KFUO.org 2015 was a year of both tragedy and hope for the pro-life movement, especially in the wake of what was revealed by undercover videos (centerformedicalprogress.org) made public over several months. Court cases loom regarding abortion procedures and the HHS
Founded in 2001, Charity Navigator is the nation’s largest and most-used evaluator of charities. Their mission is to provide donors ratings of a charity’s efficiency and productivity that is objective and Quantitative. Charity Navigator published a very high score of Orphan Grain Train (OGT) in early December 2015. Why is
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod and the Evangelical Lutheran Synod have released a report on informal dialogue between the synods that began in 2012. LCMS, WELS & ELS report: Informal dialogue among synods The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) and the
On December 1, we are joining a national day of generosity, #GivingTuesday. It is a day when you can make an impact on Lutheran ministry in your region. You can help support four very special projects to strengthen and support the work of connecting people with Jesus in our neighborhoods.
Some may think it odd that churches have “Eve” services. We have Thanksgiving Eve, New Years Eve, even Christmas Eve services. Why, you may wonder, have the services the day before? Why not have them on the actual day? Of course we do have services on at least a few