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November 2016

I Am Dog

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by Jenna Olson Popp I love dogs. If you talk to anyone around me, you will learn that I turn into a small child if I see a dog or if one even walks by. Their pure joy and unconditional love fill my soul,…

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The Saints, Part 4

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by Pastor Adam White So, how do Lutherans understand their on-going relationship to saints? How do we appropriately honor the faithful who have gone before us? This matters. The reality is that we wouldn’t even bother thinking about this if generation after generation of…

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The Saints, Part 3

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by Pastor Adam White The other day I attended a beautiful All Saints Mass at the Newman Center just down the street from the Lutheran Center. I enjoyed it. It it was my first time attending an All Saints Mass, and I wanted to…

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The Saints, Part 2

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by Pr Adam White What makes a saint a saint? When I was in college my paternal grandmother died. There is much I remember about the days and weeks that followed: the wetness of tears, the coldness of the air in the cemetery, the…

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