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Outreach through Lutheran Braille Workers

Do you know anybody in your church or community who is elderly or sight-impaired? An aging population is an issue facing almost every church and town in the United States. Church leaders face increasing challenges regarding how to share the Gospel with individuals who may be visually impaired. Helping Christians with Vision Impairment Many churches …

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People Matter Community Carnival

The Third Annual People Matter Community Carnival is scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 11, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm on the grounds of Wachter Middle School in Bismarck.  Here is a little history.  People Matter began through a simple conversation between Pastor Les Wolfgram, Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, and Wachter Middle …

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Main Street Living Media Ministry – May Update

Mass shootings, floods, and other natural disasters, a decaying moral culture – these are evidences of the fallen creation “groaning in travel” all around us! And yet, those whose trust is in Jesus live with a “peace that passes all understanding” and a sure hope in the sure promise of the resurrection! This is the …

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Main Street Living Media Ministry Month – May 2019

Brothers and sisters in Christ, First let me thank all of you for your support and sharing of the Main Street Living Program for those who cannot make church services and also as an outreach to our neighbors.  Something that may be helpful in keeping Main Street Living on the minds and in the prayers …

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Work Day at Orphan Grain Train, Jamestown

There will be a spring work event at the Orphan Grain Train warehouse in Jamestown on April 25, 26, and 27, 2019. Come and lend a hand! Contact Kirk Rosin, Branch Manager, for more information. Use the form below.

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Engaging a Changing Community

My entire 30 years as a parish pastor have been spent serving LCMS congregations in rural and small-town communities. That’s remarkable when you consider the fact that I grew up in Houston — the fourth largest city in the country. I’ve truly been “converted” to the small-town way of life, serving the hard-working people whom …

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