Laundry Love

By: Rev. David Murillo, guest columnist, St. Paul Lutheran Church, San Antonio, TX Swedish Dude: “You want to go to a subway party? Me: Huh? Like…Subway…. sandwiches? Swedish Dude: No. It’s a full on party. On the Subway train. Me: Uh…. sure, why not” This was the brief conversation I

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Generational IQ

In his book, Generational IQ, Haydn Shaw writes that the future is bright and that Christianity is not dying, as so many in our culture contend. Still, the future is not without challenge. One of the greatest challenges before us is communication and understanding between the generations. Shaw presents the

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Synod Convention: A Look At The Issues

This summer’s national convention, gathering delegates from electoral circuits throughout the LCMS, is the principle legislative assembly of the church. As such, three issues loom large as the Synod seeks to work together. Ecclesiastical Supervision LCMS President Matthew Harrison appointed a task force on ecclesiastical supervision. Its report proposes changes

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Serving in Candelaria

A diverse group from several different schools assisted in the VBS and the Medical Clinic in Candelaria over spring break on March 12-19. There were two advanced nursing students from Concordia University Texas and two other students. These four were joined by two students from West Texas A&M and lead

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