We rejoice in the baptism of Kenna Lee Beckmann, born to Lance and Shelly Beckmann. We pray the Lord's blessing on her and her family as they grow together in the Lord Jesus.
Ian Hurst was received into membership of St. Paul's last week during the worship service by profession of faith. Please welcome Ian warmly. He has been attending for the past several months.
Our Sympathy is extended to the family of Lynn Behr, whose soul the Lord called from this earth to Himself on Tuesday, November 1. The funeral was held on Saturday, November 5 at St. Paul’s.
Our Sympathy is extended to the family of Delly Koopman, whose soul the Lord called from this earth to Himself on Thursday, November 17. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 22nd at 2 pm at St. Paul's.
For those who are unable to attend
worship services on a regular basis,
tune in to Main Street Living.
Main Street Living is an LCMS televised program that features a remastered segment of the TV program “This is the Life” followed by a worship service by pastors from our area. It can be found on KDLT television Sioux Falls at 10 a.m. on Sunday morning or online anytime at mainstreetliving.com.
All programs are interpreted and closed captioned for the hearing impaired. For more information go the web site: www.mainstreetliving.com.
For more information go to the web site: www.mainstreetliving.com.
We are thankful for
... everyone who helped us decorate the church for Christmas, and also helped us to un-decorate. Your help was very much appreciated! Decorating Committee
... St. Paul’s voters for the generous gift of $4,448.21, the balance of the St. Paul’s Lutheran School memorial fund (the remainder of funds from the closure of the school). This amount will provide full funding to this summer’s Higher Things Youth Conference and continued youth ministry efforts in the Fall.
The Lutheran Hour:
The Lutheran Hour has now been on the air for 90 years. With its first broadcast on October 3, 1930, it is the longest-running Christian broadcast in the world. The Lutheran Hour has touched lives and nurtured God's children with an unchanging message of hope nd forgiveness through Jesus Christ. We give all praise and glory to God for this life-changing ministry.
“Out of Egypt”
Rev. Dr. Anthony Cook)
“Out of Egypt I called my son.” With these words the Gospel of Matthew reveals the rich and interconnected history of the young nation, Israel, and the young Savior, Jesus. Follow them on their journeys to discover the true Israel and what He means to your life today.
Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler)
What if we learned to see this world and everyone in it as gifts from God? (Colossians 1:16)
“Gifts to Share”
(Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler) A body of water becomes stagnant when there is no outflow. The same could be said of us.
“Whatever You Do”
Rev. Dr. Jason Broge)
The mundane just isn’t mundane when seen through heaven’s eyes. (Colossians 3:17-21)
(Speaker: Rev. Dr. Michael Zeigler) Having hope for humanity is not the same thing as hoping in humanity. (Colossians 1:27)
Enjoy listening to the Lutheran Hour Sundays on WCCO 830AM at 6:05am, KDOM 1580AM 10:00am or KDOM 94.3FM at 10:00am.
WITH A MISSIONARY -
LCMS International Mission has launched a new podcast, 5 Minutes with a Missionary, found at kfuo.org. It’s a window into missionary life. Listen as our missionaries talk about their experiences, savor the uniqueness of the places in which God has called them to serve — while finding common ground with your own role and service. Each episode features an unfiltered take on life abroad for the sake of the Gospel It’s personal. It’s real. And it’s always an adventure. This week: Benjamin Helge (Czech Republic) talks about the hunt for a new home. Previous episodes came from Ethiopia, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Germany, & Cambodia.
the Bible study class which draws from the news headlines those events, ideas, and situations which affect our faith, will continue this fall. Coffee is always served & conversation, personal opinion, Christian doctrine & faithful practice are welcome. Come and enjoy the rapport of CCE! Every Tuesday morning at 9:30 am.
Women’s Bible Study:
. . . meets on the 4th Monday of the month. Our next study will take place on February 27th. We will continue reading through the book of Matthew. Come enjoy fellowship with the ladies of our congregation! All ladies are welcome!
“A Christian is
never in a state of completion but
always in a process
- Martin Luther