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What's Your Story?

Editor’s Note:  The Rev. Leila Ortiz served as guest preacher and was elected to  serve as Bishop of the Metro DC Synod of the ELCA at the Metro DC Synod Assembly held June 14-15.  893 kata lagi

Have You Heard

Coding Popular Summer Injuries

Have You Heard? – June 20, 2019

Summer arrives tomorrow, and so does a season of summer-related injuries to code. A recent article on the website… 12 kata lagi

Have You Heard

Have You Heard?

1. Former Tennessee pitcher Caylan Arnold is transferring to become a Florida State Seminole.

2. Arizona Wildcats’ outfielder Taryn Young, UC Davis lefty Brooke Yanez, Louisiana-Lafayette starting second baseman Casidy Chaumont (going to Mizzou) and Oklahoma right-hand pitcher Mariah Lopez all have entered the NCAA softball transfer portal. 117 kata lagi

NCAA Softball

What Happened at New England Synod Assembly?

Editor’s Note:  Lars Johanson submitted this report on the June 7-8 New England Synod Assembly.  The Rev. Leila Ortiz served as guest preacher and was elected to  serve as Bishop of the Metro DC Synod of the ELCA at the Metro DC Synod Assembly held June 14-15.  541 kata lagi

God's Work. Our Hands.

Have You Heard The Latest??? Bible Ballistics: Vol. 13 No. 17

Bible Ballistics: Vol. 13 No. 17   Have You Heard The Latest???                                                       (Or There Is Nothing New Under The Sun!)

Things seem to always be abuzz with the “latest”—the latest gossip; the latest technology; the latest movie, song or book.   1.855 kata lagi

Salvation

Have You Heard?

1. The Louisiana Ragin’ Cajuns head coach Gerry Glasco announced recently the addition of three transfers to the program’s roster for the 2020 season. They are junior infielder Mia Camuso, who last played at Oregon in 2018, junior outfielder Callie Martin of Missouri. 948 kata lagi

Softball

"Better Nutrition, Better Tomorrow!" Bread for the World Offering of Letters

Our Savior Lutheran Church is a Covenant Church with the Bread for the World (BFW) movement. BFW currently is ecumenical in scope; but was started by a Lutheran Pastor in New York City, in the early 70s. 293 kata lagi

God's Work. Our Hands.