Pentecost 1750s by Joseph Ignaz Mildorfer

Pentecost 1750s by Joseph Ignaz Mildorfer

God came to us at Pentecost

God came to us then at Pentecost, the Spirit new life revealing, that we might no more in death be lost, its pow’r over us dispelling. This flame will the mark of sin efface and bring to us all true healing.
— Text: Verse 4 of Scandinavian folk hymn; tr. Gerald Thorson, 1921-2001, alt.

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Gifts to the Northeastern Iowa Synod support a variety of ministries, such as scholarships for students in seminary, leadership training, youth ministry, resources for congregations, Young Adults in Global Mission sponsorship, and much more.

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Lutheran World Relief has committed an initial response of $500,000 to the April 25 earthquake in Nepal, along with 9,240 quilts, 1,000 personal care kits and 100 water filtration units. Download resources and learn how to support the Nepal Earthquake Fund..

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Mark Sept. 13, 2015, for God’s Work Our Hands Sunday to reach out in service to our communities. 

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This four-part workshop series helps congregations develop a Biblical, lay-led plan for growing faithful stewards through year-round stewardship ministry.

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July/August 2015

Grateful giving and love of stewardship begin early

Youth ‘rise up’ at Gathering

Synod Assembly honors bold leadership

 

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