Aug 02 2017


January 12-13, 2018

Shepherd’s Hill at the Crossroads, St. John, ND

Beyond 500: Why the Heart and Sola of the Reformation still Matters!

A presentation focusing on the Four Solas of our Lutheran Heritage…

Sola Scriptura, Sola Gratia, Sola Fides, and Solus Christus.


Rev. Dr. Jim Gimbel
President of Concordia Lutheran Seminary Edmonton, Alberta

Pastor Gimbel, a native Minnesotan, began ministry at Zion Kramer and Gardena, ND in 1985. During that time he helped Faith, Towner organize before moving to serve as Campus Pastor at NDSU and youth pastor at Immanuel, Fargo, then becoming Sr. Pastor at Immanuel. During that time he was heavily involved in ND District youth ministry, including servant events at the prior Shepherd’s Hill location. In 1996 he accepted the call to serve as Sr. Editor of Youth, Family, and Sunday School Materials at CPH. In 2002 he accepted the call to be Professor of Leadership and Ministry at Concordia, St. Paul. During those years at CPH and CSP, out of a deep love for parish ministry, he served seven vacancy and interim ministries. In 2014 he was elected President of Concordia Lutheran Seminary, Edmonton, Alberta, the western seminary of Lutheran Church–Canada. He and Jill have been married 39 years, and have three grown, married children: Andy, Abby, and Jo, and five living grandchildren.

For over 25 years men have enjoyed the camaraderie of these retreats – thought-provoking Scripture-based presentations, fellowship, music, good food, card games, skeet shooting, etc.

Father & son duos are encouraged to come.

Begins with 6 P.M. Supper Friday, January 12th – ends 3:30 P.M. Saturday

Cost – $80.

Includes: 3 meals, lodging, speaker, snacks, games, fireside chats, etc.

Bring: Bible, bed roll, personal items, warm clothing, & friends


Contact Corey Isaak to register:

Call 701-281-0240 or E-mail:

Click here for the printable 2018 ND District Mens Winter Retreat flier

to share with your congregation and friends.

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