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Stewardship Fair Powerpoints

Stewardship Fair Powerpoints

We heard great things from people who attended our Stewardship Fair this past weekend with Mark Vincent, Design Group International. As promised by Dr. Vincent, his presentations have been made available to you via the download links below. Special thanks to Dr. Vincent for sharing his time and resources with us.        

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  February 8, 2016   No comments
A Word from Bishop Jeff about Mission Support

A Word from Bishop Jeff about Mission Support

Advent Peace to you, In this season, we reflect on those words that call to mind for us “Advent.”   Among them:   hope, peace, watch, prepare, expect, anticipate and a number of others.  The words of the Old Testament prophets remind us that the Lord, our God, is in our midst, so that our […]

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  December 10, 2015   No comments
Response to Governor Walker on Syrian Refugees

Response to Governor Walker on Syrian Refugees

Response to Governor Walker: In a polarized political climate where minds are pretty much made up when it comes to politics, I find letters written by church leaders to be less helpful than they used to be. After all, our Governor has a right to his political views and in fact represents the views of […]

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  November 18, 2015   No comments
Lutheran Disaster Response – US Flooding

Lutheran Disaster Response – US Flooding

Sisters and brothers in Christ, The rain may have stopped, but the catastrophic damage from record rainfall in the Carolinas is just being realized. Rivers have yet to crest and unprecedented scenes scatter the state. The flooding has led to the deaths of more than a dozen people, tens of thousands are without power, major highways […]

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  October 6, 2015   No comments
Community

Community

The best way to grow a community is to eat together. Community Night is our opportunity to share a meal together. We meet on Monday nights in the Raynor Library basement from 6-7:30pm for a FREE meal and a time to connect with friends. Stay for as long as you want or drop in for […]

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  January 12, 2015   No comments
Service

Service

We are the hands and feet of God’s love. Service projects are a great way to live out that faith on campus. LCM offers a variety of service opportunities from serving a meal at Serenity Inns to offering a service based spring break trip.

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  January 12, 2015   No comments
Peer Ministers

Peer Ministers

Wyatt Meyer Year:  Sophomore Major:  Biology Favorite memory of LCM: My favorite LCM memory was the end-of-day reflection talks we had in Nicaragua. I learned a lot about my own perspective and it helped open my views on the world and its many people. Nicole Garey Year:  Graduate Student Major:  DPT program with Exercise Physiology […]

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  January 12, 2015   No comments
On Belief and Belonging

On Belief and Belonging

Each Monday night at 7:00 pm we gather in the Corner House prayer and meditation room to explore faith and life in an open and accepting environment.  Artwork, music, meditation, time in nature, and sacred writings help us consider what we believe and how we find a sense of belonging in the world.  We will […]

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  January 11, 2015   No comments
Worship

Worship

God’s presence is all around us – every step and every breath – but daily life is full of distractions that keep us from seeing and feeling God with us.  In worship, we wake up to the deeper truth in which we live.   We stop and remember in word and song and silence and […]

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  January 10, 2015   No comments
Peer Ministers

Peer Ministers

Pastor Rachel Young Binter Year:  Time is relative Major:  Life Why I love being a campus pastor:   I believe abundant life comes from being deeply connected to the sacred in ourselves, others, and the world around us – just as Jesus said.   As a campus pastor, I actually get paid to have experiences of that […]

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  January 9, 2015   No comments
Service

Service

“The most important commandment,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.  Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ The second is this: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’  There is no commandment greater than these.” Love, […]

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  January 8, 2015   No comments
Care for Creation

Care for Creation

The Corner House is proud to be a Lutherans Restoring Creation congregation seeking green ways of life!  In our house renovation, we used low VOC paints, recycled materials for flooring and countertops, and updated with energy efficient appliances.  We had WE Energies assess the house’s energy use and install compact florescent lightbulbs, low flow water […]

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  January 7, 2015   No comments