Gain, Win, Save – From the Field – August 16, 2017

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Gain, Win, Save Sometimes we have heard it said, “Just preach the Gospel.” Of course that is THE way that one is saved, by hearing the message of forgiveness. It should not be overlooked though how Paul did everything in his power to reach out with the Good News. And his goal was specifically to Read More Read More

From the Field – Mission Helpers – July 27, 2017

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Peter wrote that we are a chosen race, royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s own people, that we may declare the wonderful deeds of Him who called us out of darkness into His marvelous light. 1 Pet. 2:9 This universal priesthood of all believers was one of those many Bible teachings that God restored to Read More Read More
The CLC has services in Canada in British Columbia and Alberta. Pastor E. Starkey and D. Maas have made trips to Manitoba in the past. Most recently Pastor T. Daub has gone across the border to do exploratory work in both English and German. Here is his most recent (June) report of the basic leg Read More Read More

From the Field – Nicaragua Opportunity? – June 28, 2017

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A man from Nicaragua was working on a diary farm and came in contact with one of our CLC members from Trinity Lutheran Church in Watertown, South Dakota. This led to the man visiting our church with regularity to hear the Word. He has also come to know others of our people in the congregation. Read More Read More

From the Field – Bible Translation – June 2, 2017

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A friend in Germany, Terry, sent me this news article from the Orlando Sentinel. While we don’t support Wycliffe because of the unionism they practice, we do praise God that they are working to get the Word out. And as we celebrate Pentecost still we want everyone to hear in his own language about the Read More Read More

From the Field – Open Door Pt. 2 – May 23, 2017

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OUR LORD GIVES US AN EXAMPLE OF THE OPEN DOOR As we approach the Pentecost celebration on June 4th, let us remember the ‘open door’ through which we proceed both locally and beyond. In Jn. 4:7-42 we have an exciting drama. A soul hung in the balance. It is an incident out of every day Read More Read More

From the Field – the Open Door pt. 1 – May 8, 2017

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Open Door (part 1) The Open Door “And when they arrived, they gathered the church together and declared all that God had done with them, and how He had opened a door of faith to the Gentiles.” Acts 14:27 ​ What is an open door for mission work or outreach? In Rev. 3:8 we learn Read More Read More

Liberia – From the Field – April 24, 2017

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The CLC is entering into fellowship with Grace Evangelistic Lutheran Church, Monrovia area of Liberia. Pastor Kwiwalazu in consultation with Pastor Hein has been going through the Bible’s teachings with other interested parties Pastor Kwiwalazu has reported to CLC Pastor Hein on the work in Liberia. “… As we celebrate this Read More

From the Field – Congregation Based Overseas Outreach – Ap. 3, 2017

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In the CLC we generally look at overseas outreach as in the job description of the Mission Board. Budgets also are involved in this line of approach. There is other thinking on overseas outreach that has been practiced by Christian churches over the years. For instance instead of a mission board being in charge of Read More Read More

From the Field – Outreach in Thailand on the Laos Border – March 22, 2017

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Before you read excerpts of a report below ponder and pray on these things. •In Laos with a population of 6.9 million there are perhaps 150,000 Christians. The government is against Christianity and yet there is growth of the church there. The government is still Communist. •In Vietnam 1% of the people are Protestant and Read More Read More