There are Two Kingdoms

THERE ARE TWO KINGDOMS – right and left!  Elections are all about the kingdom of the left – the civil realm – the kingdom run by rulers, kings, presidents etc.  These leaders are always very fallible and sinfully human.  They must be – that’s all we have to chose from! What we can do and… Read more »

Worship for Shut-Ins Time Change

Lutheran Ministries Media wants Worship for Shut-Ins viewers to know that the Sunday morning program at 6:30 AM has moved to a new home. As of Sunday, November 13, it will be seen on Fort Wayne’s NBC channel 21.2 at 7:00 AM. On cable this is Verizon FiOS channel 4, Comcast channel 13, and on Mediacom… Read more »

Rev. Dan Brege invites support for Outreach Kentucky

A special message about Outreach Kentucky from Rev. Daniel Brege, First Vice President of the Indiana District – LCMS: Dear Brothers and Sisters in the Indiana District, We all know it is essential to reach out with the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Each of our congregations has several groups–youth groups, ladies groups, Sunday school classes,… Read more »

Cornerstone Lutheran Church Fishers

Community Grand Opening & Worship: Sunday, Nov. 20 (For both the community and those disciples planning on worshiping at CLC Fishers.) Traditional Worship: 9 a.m. Education Time: 10:15 a.m. Contemporary Worship: 11 a.m. Located at 13450 E 116 th St., Fishers, IN 46037

All Saints Day

Are you feeling “saintly” today?  Yesterday we were reminded that a saint is someone counted as righteous because of the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ!  We are as forgiven as St. Peter or St. Paul or St. John etc!  We could have a church named after us!  We are saints in the best… Read more »

Outreach Kentucky video highlights importance of campus ministry

The Indiana District’s Outreach Kentucky project highlights the importance of ministry on college campuses, says Rev. Rev. Marcus T. Zill, director of Campus Ministry & LCMS U for the Office of National Mission. “There are many reasons to be engaged in campus ministry, including catechizing and caring for our own, reaching out to those who are lost,… Read more »

Tips for a Sharp Accident Reporting Plan

Accident and incident reports involving employees, guests and members of your congregation should not be taken lightly. The information provided on these forms provide valuable insights about conditions or unusual events leading up to an injury or near-miss situation at your worship center. It is important to document accidents and near-misses while the details are… Read more »

By Grace…Through Faith

For it is by grace you have been saved, through faith–and this is not from yourselves, it is the gift of God– not by works, so that no one can boast. Eph. 2:8-9 These words are emblazoned in our hearts and minds.  Celebrating the Reformation is to celebrate the grace of God!  Luther wrote, “Now… Read more »

Outreach Kentucky is “a ripe harvest field in our own backyard”

“The Indiana District’s ‘Outreach Kentucky‘ is finding a ripe harvest field in our own backyard,” said Rev. Peter Cage, senior pastor of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church and School in Fort Wayne, Indiana. “It is hard to believe that such a populous region, almost devoid of any familiarity with the proclamation of ‘Christ for us,’ could be located in… Read more »

Fall Beauty

The beauty of the fall season is something to behold in Indiana and Kentucky! One of my German professors of years past was well traveled. He had been all over the world and seen many of the great sights. He even showed slides (some of you have never heard of slides) projected on a screen…. Read more »