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Nebraska District Reporter

Thursday, June 25th, 2020

June 2020 digital Reporter

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July 2020 Newsletter Package

Wednesday, June 24th, 2020

July 2020 Newsletter; Financial Letter and Report

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Devotional Study Questions:

Thursday, June 18th, 2020

Below are some devotional questions that go with the message for this Sunday.  You are encouraged to read them before, during, or after the message.  They could be for personal reflection, but could also be used for discussion in groups.

QUESTIONS for Matthew 10:34-42

1 – What does Jesus mean here when He talks about peace?  Doesn’t Jesus bring us peace?

2 – What are our expectations for how Jesus will affect our life?

3 – Where in my life is God working to make me a better person?  Is there a particular thing I want God to help me work on in my life?

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Statement from the Black Clergy Caucus of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod

Thursday, June 11th, 2020

In response to the murder of George Floyd in Minnesota, we share with you this statement from the Black Clergy Caucus of the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod.  We pray that the words of Rev. Warren Lattimore, Jr. of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in New Orleans, LA and also President of the Black Clergy Caucus of the Lutheran Church, will move each member of St. John to consider our mistreatment of other humans and our own prejudices.  In doing so, may we be moved to repentance and hear again God’s message of grace and forgiveness.  Finally, may we read more, learn more, and listen more so that together we would speak more boldly against injustices done to others.  And we pray that the Lord would move us to love our neighbor more for Christ has commanded us to do that as the redeemed Children of God.   
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