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Announcements for June 20, 2010

posted Jun 20, 2010, 5:30 AM by Pastor Trinity

FOURTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST; Isaiah 65:1–9; Galatians 3:23—4:7; Luke 8:26–39; Jesus Brings Release from the Bonds of Sin, Death, and the Devil; The Lord finds those who did not seek Him or ask for Him. He spreads out His hands “to a rebellious people” (Is. 65:2) and calls them to be His people and to dwell in peace upon His holy mountain (Is. 65:9). For wherever Jesus Christ enters in, Satan is cast out. Those who were enslaved and driven mad by the assaults and accusations of the devil, are set free by the Word of Christ. He drowns and destroys the old Adam in us with the waters of Holy Baptism and thereby brings us out of death into life. No longer naked in our shame, living “among the tombs” (Luke 8:27), we are brought into the Lord's house, fully clothed by Christ. For He has come, in “the fullness of time” (Gal. 4:4) to fulfill the Law on our behalf and to redeem us from its every accusation. Therefore, having been justified by His grace through faith in His Gospel, “you are no longer a slave, but a son” (Gal. 4:7).

Rewards of a Spirit Driven Life: Rev. Ken Klaus, Speaker of the Lutheran Hour will be in Immanuel Clarinda July 17 (5pm) and 18. (9am,10:30am, 2pm).

Join us to learn more about the work of Dr. Oliver, Missionary to the Lutheran Seminary in Taiwan.  July 12, 2010 at 7pm in the Trinity Fellowship Hall.

A day trip to Mission Central has been planned for August 21.  Join us as we learn about mission work in the Missouri Synod.  Please use the signup book on the narthex table.

Adult Bible Class today continues our study of Galatians.  Join us after worship in the fellowship hall.

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EDUCATING A NEW GENERATION OF LUTHERANS...Issues, Etc. is a radio talk show produced by Lutheran Public Radio and hosted by LCMS Pastor Todd Wilken. Topics include: A Review of "Toy Story 3," The Miracles of Jesus, Is Global Warming a Religion?, Pro-Life Woman in Politics, The Hymn "Lord, Thee I Love with All My Heart" and more. You can listen to what you want when you want at www.issuesetc.org.

June 20, 2010 Building Healthy Families: The influence of dads in the lives of children is great. Think about how you relate to your own father. Now think about how you relate to your Father, God. Many people perceive God in much the same way that they experienced their earthly father - as a comforting, protective figure or perhaps as a judging, distant, punitive or absent figure. Dad, the role you play in your child's life shapes not only their earthly life but also their faith life to eternity. Thanks for all that you do with your child, which accurately reflects their Father God to them. Happy Father's Day! Lutheran Family Service of Iowa 800-622-7285

Trinity This Week

Sun Jun 20      Fourth Sunday after Pentecost - Proper 7 (G)

                        9am           Divine Service

                        10:15am    Sunday school / Bible Classes

Mon Jun 21     Pastor's Day Off

Tue Jun 22      Lutheran Layman's League organized (1917)

                        6:30am      Early Risers (HyVee)

                        1:30pm      Streams of Living Water, Sermon Broadcast

                                          www.PirateChristianaRadio.com

Wed Jun 23     7:30pm      Board of Trustees (FH)

Thur June 24   The Nativity of St. John the Baptist (W)

Sat Jun 26       Presentation of the Augsburg Confession (1530)

                        Jeremiah / Cyril of Alexandria, Pastor and Confessor

                        10:30am    Committal Service for Kelly Brown

Sun Jun 27      Fifth Sunday after Pentecost - Proper 8 (G)

                        9am           Divine Service with Holy Communion

                        10:15am    Sunday school / Bible Classes

                        2pm           Synod Convention Delegate Input Q&A Session (FH)

Serving This Week

Sun Jun 20

  Ushers: Byron Bilderback, Dave Stream, Norm Schroeder, Darwin Scott

  Acolytes: Ushers                                                         Finance: Norm Schroeder; Jim Kneedler

  Organist: Sharon Eklund                                                                                 Elder: Jack Quee

Sun Jun 27

  Ushers: Byron Bilderback, Dave Stream, Norm Schroeder, Darwin Scott

  Acolytes: Ushers                                                         Finance: Norm Schroeder; Jim Kneedler

  Pianist: Julie Lang                                                                                            Elder: Jack Quee

In Your Prayers

Cancer: Brenda Painter; Carol Henning; Dee Ann Stults; Don Sychra; Erin Kuhn; Joel Osborne (Dane Wardenburg's Coach); Lee Decker; Mark Burgess (Deb Melzer's Brother-in-Law); Rachel Stoker (former member of Trinity); Roberta Lowery (Phil Wardenburg's Sister); Robin Kemp; Shelly Cabbage (Friend of Phil and Anita Wardenburg); Trevor Hanson (Jim Hagen's Great-nephew); Vyck Shanes (Bill Mager's brother-in-law);

Illness: Bob Rassmussen; Greg Boros (husband of Melody Stoner's Niece) Heart Transplant; Jessica Marquardt (Neice of Marti Williams); Kaylee Hoepker; Pastor Blake Rickbile, Trinity Hewit, MN (Deb Meltzer's former Pastor); Tommie Stoner; Janette Lang; Joel Herzberg (Car Accident) and his family as they struggle with his recovery;

Missions: Ivan, Jennifer Rasch and Family (Nigeria); Rev. Daniel Vogel (Hispanic in Dennison); Rev. Dennis Konkel (Deaf in Des Moines); Dr. Oliver (Seminary in Taiwan)

Shut-ins: Lonny Riley, Al Schroeder, Ruth Chase, Wilma Cottrell, Pauline Young;

 

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