Click here for PDF version of newsletter Free Seminar Package on the Reformation and Confessions 500 years ago, Martin Luther started a Reformation. Nobody knew what he was starting. Even he didn’t. But here we are today, celebrating it. CLCC … Continue reading →
With Pentecost in the back window, it seems a good time to report on our meager efforts to provide a stage for the Holy Spirit. After all, we have always been about helping the laity of our Church know their faith better. Knowing the words of the faith and making them our own provides a hospitable environment for the work of the Holy Spirit among His people.
Although you may not have been hearing much from us for a while, we’ve been pretty busy.Continue reading →
We are busy planning our 2016 spring conference that will be held in conjunction with the ACL/Luther Academy conference at the Ramada/Mall of America again this year.
CLCC’s conference starts on Tuesday evening, April 5th, with Rev. Rob Jarvis presenting “The Road to Augsburg and Beyond.” He will provide a quick look at the historical conditions before Augsburg that came to threaten the very existence of the Reformation. Attendees will see the conviction of those who sought to preserve the truth and be encouraged to stay strong in their own confessional identity. The $15 registration fee includes CLCC’s newest book, The Reformation and Confessions.Continue reading →
December 2015 (PDF version) Friends in Christ, Blessed Advent to you all! Christmas is quickly approaching! Are you ready? Advent is preparation time. We are waiting eagerly to celebrate the birth of our Lord, and awaiting His … Continue reading →
While summer has been flying by, a lot has actually been happening with the CLCC! For one of those things, we have been approved as a Recognized Service Organization (RSO) of the LCMS. This means our organization has been vetted by the LCMS and found to be trustworthy. We hope that even if it doesn’t actually open doors for us, at least the lock that was on them will have come off. We realize many LCMS congregations only include organizations that are RSOs in their congregation’s ministry.Continue reading →
In our local Wednesday Bible Class we have been using Luther’s Small Catechism. It brought out some reflections from our confirmation instruction. This is becoming even more relevant as we live out our lives in the current culture. Matthew 22: 37-39, summarizes what our response should be to the moral law that is our conscience.Continue reading →
April Anchor – 2015 Download PDF Blessings to you! As we approach Pentecost, we know that exciting things happened in Jerusalem on Pentecost. Pentecost was and is about the preaching—preaching Jesus Christ crucified and risen. Pentecost was and is … Continue reading →
March 20, 2015 Download PDF Lenten Blessings to you! As we continue our Lenten journey towards Holy Week and the glorious celebration of our Risen Lord on Easter, may we prayerfully remember the tremendous sacrifice of Jesus body and … Continue reading →
February 20, 2015 Lenten Blessings to you! DOWNLOAD PDF Are you satisfied with your walk with Christ? Or do you long for more: to know Him better, to be more like Him, to experience His love more … Continue reading →
November 24, 2014 Download PDF God’s blessings to you! As we say prayers of thanksgiving to our gracious Lord for the many blessings He has given us, we also look forward in anticipation and preparation for the birth of … Continue reading →