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  • BOGO
    BOGO
    April 23, 2017 by
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  • Beautiful Savior in Olive Branch Joins MidSouth District
    Beautiful Savior in Olive Branch Joins MidSouth District
    April 17, 2017 by
    It is a fact of life that, while Lutherans number about 90 million members world wide, there are not that many to be found in the southern regions of the United States. Our friends of the Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyterian persuasions far out number us in both members and in numbers of congregations. As a result, a Lutheran congregation in,...
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  • Call Committee Works To Find A New Pastor For Trinity.
    Call Committee Works To Find A New Pastor For Trinity.
    April 17, 2017 by
    Trinity’s Call Committee is moving forward in the process to secure a new pastor to fill the vacancy created when Rev. Josh Hatcher left to accept a call to Trinity Lutheran in downtown St. Louis. Names were solicited from members of the congregation and friends as to who might be likely candidates to call. In addition, District President Roger Paavola...
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  • 2017 Easter Morning Sermon
    2017 Easter Morning Sermon
    April 16, 2017 by
    Christ is Risen! He Has Risen Indeed. Listen as guest speaker Rev. Roger Paavola, President of the Mid-South District of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, delivers the Easter message this Sunday Morning....
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  • Did You Know The Easter Bunny Is A Lutheran?
    Did You Know The Easter Bunny Is A Lutheran?
    April 14, 2017 by
    Among the things introduced to America by early Lutherans is Saint Nicklaus, Christmas Trees, Hot Dogs, Easter Eggs, Easter Baskets, and the Easter Bunny. Actually the Easter Rabbit started out in German folklore as the Easter Hare....
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  • Young People Needed To Help Clean Up Community
    Young People Needed To Help Clean Up Community
    April 13, 2017 by
    Shelby County Mayor Mark Luttrell has announced that his office will be hiring workers to help rid some of the most blighted areas of this community of trash and litter. “I am hiring 100 individuals to work this summer in key areas of Shelby County where litter is a constant problem. Supervisors will also be hired to oversee the work...
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  • Maundy Thursday - 2017
    Maundy Thursday – 2017
    April 13, 2017 by
    The Thursday evening before Jesus was crucified he gathered his disciples together in the upper room and washed their feet. After they had eaten the Passover Meal, Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper. Tonight Dr. Roger Paavola, leads us in worship and shares this sermon....
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  • Lutheran Children's Camp
    Lutheran Children’s Camp
    April 13, 2017 by
    Time once again for Lutheran Children’s Camp. It will be held from June 19th to 23th (Monday to Friday evening) at Camp Clark Williamson, near Humboldt, Tennessee. The camp is for children who are presently in grades 3 through 6. Fun- filled faith activities include Bible study, crafts, swimming, drama, music, nature hikes, bonfires, and the “Last Dance.” Cost is...
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  • Hosanna! Blessed Is He
    Hosanna! Blessed Is He
    April 9, 2017 by
    What if we held a great celebration before the actual event took place? In today’s sermon, guest pastor, Rev. Clayton Sellers ponders the unusual flow of events leading up to Christ’s resurrection and how we find our self still fitting in. Apologies from the sound guy who forgot to push the record button until a second or two into the...
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  • 5th Week in Lent 2017 – “Help!”
    5th Week in Lent 2017 – “Help!”
    April 5, 2017 by
    “Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.” Does God lead us into temptation? Into sin? What would be His purpose in doing that? In this fifth and final meditation on the Lord’s Prayer, Trinity’s Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, takes a look at the final petition of the Lord’s prayer, and discusses the sin that we need most...
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  • 4th Week in Lent 2017 - "Forgive Us Our Debts"
    4th Week in Lent 2017 – “Forgive Us Our Debts”
    March 30, 2017 by
    Not sins.  Not trespasses.  The word Matthew uses in his Gospel is debt, that which is owed, that which is justly or legally due.  In this fourth meditation on the Lord’s Prayer, Trinity’s Deacon, Dr. Douglas Morrison, takes a look at what we owe, what needs to be repaid, and how that can only be accomplished by Jesus....
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  • Jesus heals the blind man
    3-26-2017 – “Nothing But Trouble?”
    March 26, 2017 by
    The day started out great for this man born blind.  Jesus gave him his sight!  Then, it all started to go south, as friends, neighbors, and Pharisees all pulled him away from Jesus.  Just listen to what happens when Jesus pulls back!  ...
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