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St. John's Lutheran Church
 
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Thursday at 7:00 p.m.
Sunday at 9:00 a.m.

Bible Class and Sunday School follow our Sunday service
(September-May)
Grow in God's Word
Daily Devotion
» No More Slavery – July 21, 2019
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – July 21
WELS Together Newsletter:
» Synod convention begins July 29
» First Taste of Missions a success
» New seminary planned for Indonesia
Faith Related Q and A
» What does a submissive wife look like in Christian marriage?
» My grandson is starting to experience panic attacks, which also affects his father (my son) and me. My son stated yesterday that he is mad at God. He doesn't understand why God would create my grandson with this affliction as the boy has a very strong faith and unusual intelligence/compassion for his age. I always told my son that God intends great things for the boy to bless him like this. My son says that now the boy will never achieve any great things because God allowed the boy to be cursed with panic attacks and will be afraid all his life. What can I say to my son?
» I've read several memoirs in which the authors publicly reveal detestable acts done by their parents. However, when I look into how to approach ‎Exodus 20:12, most Christian websites acknowledge the difficultly of this commandment, but stand by it, regardless of a parent's actions. What are your thoughts on publicly "dishonoring" one's parents by talking about terrible acts they've committed via memoir, TV interview, podcast, etc. - or even to a friend or in a therapy session? Bonus question: Should one honor both their biological and adoptive parents?
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