Want to learn how to share faith within your home? FAITH5 stands
for "faith acts in the home" and outlines 5 steps to get you talking to your kids, grandkids, and other family members.
The Living Lutheran online magazine has great blogs, spiritual formation resources, and interesting articles about what is going on within congregations and beyond.
For anyone interested in a scholarly take on Christianity in today's world, browse Word and World, an online journal based out of Luther Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Looking for a daily dose of scripture? Check out Pray As You Go. This podcast is a narrated guide that helps you reflect on scripture. You'll hear a bit of music, a Bible passage, and some questions to get you thinking. It is available in the app store for free or through their website.
And here are the links for our local, national, and international bodies.
Please keep in your Prayers:
Robin, Epiphany Ministry, the Valencia and Barcelona Lofts, Jeanne, Liz, Val, family of Manuel, John, Baldemar, Ken, Dan, Kyle, the Master’s Family, Patty, Kristin, Antonio, Amelia, Victoria, Edith, Gary, Joshua, Muriel, Robert, Nicholas, Austin, Richard, Gladys, Dominic, Tim, Samantha, A Place for Kids, Daily Bread ministry, LCR, Boy Scout Troop and Cub Scout Pack #789, our brothers and sisters in Christ at Amazing Grace, Hope, Atonement, Shepherd King, and House of Prayer, the Southwest Texas Synod, the ELCA, local and national government officials, and our country.
Please pray especially for LCR as we discern how God calls us to make disciples and as we consider what opportunities are available to us through cooperative ministry with other congregations.
If you have a prayer request, please fill out a Prayer Request card on the Welcome table in the narthex. If you would like to include your prayers on the prayer chain, please call Jim Baker at 210-265-7751 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like someone to pray with you after worship, please visit with Vicar Cunningham or whoever is leading worship that day.
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