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March 2019

Thirsty Jesus

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by Jenna Olson Popp Jesus said to her, “Everyone who drinks of this water will be thirsty again, but those who drink of the water that I will give them will never be thirsty. The water that I will give will become in them…

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Internship Banquet

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Join us on Tuesday, April 30th at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln City Union at 6:00 PM. We will enjoy dinner, drinks, fun student performances, and a message from Wartburg Seminary President, Reverend Louise Johnson. Get your tickets here!

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Holy Week

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Wednesday Laud & Fare, 7 pm Evening Prayer, 9:15 pm Thursday Maundy Thursday worship, 9:30 pm Overnight prayer vigil starting, 10 pm (sign up in lounge for available hour-long slots) Friday Good Friday worship, 7 am Sunday Easter worship, 10:15 am

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Church & Unicorns

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from Feb 2016 A couple of years ago I preached at a small congregation in Teaneck, New Jersey, just across the George Washington Bridge from Manhattan. The pastor there is a good friend of mine and had invited me out. It was summer so…

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Death’s Power

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by Jenna Olson Popp “Jesus has overcome the power of death. God has conquered death through death, finding victory over the grave. We are to fear death no more.” We’ve all heard something like these words before, often after the resurrection. Jesus has died,…

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Family Sunday

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Worship with your student on Sunday, March 31st. Worship is at 10:15 am and a catered lunch will follow. RSVP for the meal to Amanda @ am.white@nelcm.com. If you or someone in your family has a dietary restriction, please let us know. We look…

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Around the Table

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by Kellie Lisi Davis Food is an intimate topic. Our experience with food is tied to our earliest memories, our most precious memories, or perhaps our hardest memories. We watch the food shows on Netflix (Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat being my personal latest favorite)…

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Staring at Love & Sin

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We are offended by the cross. One reason I know this is because of the mixed reactions I received from people seeing the ash on my face Wednesday. The ash cross is a startling reminder of Jesus’ suffering and immeasurable love. The cross startles…

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