A viral pandemic glacier is freezing life as we know it. When a cure is found, and the ice has melted – COVID-19 will have carved deep ruts into our social landscape. People are adapting – some more slowly than others. While businesses and organizations are pivoting to survive – others are pivoting to be…

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In times of crisis, promises delivered are keenly felt. When status quo is threatened and normalcy changes, some people thrive and others just want to feel comfortable and secure. A life in Christ doesn’t rest in familiarity, comfort or security the world offers. A restless faith that longs for heaven roots itself in Christ’s promises…

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It’s hard to gain a foothold for truth in today’s world. During the initial outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, it seemed that information from health experts was changing every week. One state elected official would say one thing and another elected state official would do another. There was even a debate amongst health experts on…

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Are you familiar with the term guerrilla marketing? Coined in the 1980’s, it is a phrase that describes an advertisement strategy in which a company uses surprise or unconventional low-cost interactions to spread a message or promote a product or service. The term “guerilla evangelism” has been utilized in a variety of different forms and…

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Patience is considered a virtue but acts like a leaky bucket. No matter how hard you try to keep it full, the water is always running out. My problem is not an empty bucket but trying to find it. Like wallets, car keys, glasses, and iPhones, patience is a virtue that I keep losing. I…

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Cross of Christ Lutheran Church in Boise, Idaho recently celebrated its twenty-fifty anniversary. The Lord is blessing the gospel ministry and giving thanks to him for almost six hundred baptized members. The WELS Board of Home Missions is providing support to help Cross of Christ begin a second site. With explosive growth in the Treasure…

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Arizona is pleasant place to visit in November. With temperatures in the lower 80’s, the warm dry air feels comfortable to the bones to those travelling from colder climates. Praise and Proclaim gives thanks to God for travelling to Glendale and partner with Grace Lutheran Church.

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Threatening weather forecasts cast doubt on whether faithful members from Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church were going to be able to plant gospel seeds on Saturday. We prayed for a window of opportunity and the Lord granted our request.

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The dual congregations at Trinity Lutheran in Lime Ridge, WI and St. John Lutheran in Hillpoint  have shared a pastor. With an aging membership, they were aware that it was going to be challenging to continue their gospel ministry. With less young families living in the area and the future job prospects slim, both congregations…

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I have a discovered a new term for evangelism this weekend. It’s called “ring witnessing”. Praise and Proclaim had the privilege of partnering with King of Kings Lutheran Church (founded in 1965) the weekend of October 4-6 to launch an outreach initiative in Willoughby, OH – a twenty five-minute drive east of downtown Cleveland.

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