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We Have This Treasure in Jars of Clay
Peter Berg presented this essay which focuses both on the intrinsic complexity and yet simple (not simplistic) nature of ministry. He uses biblical proofs to show how the Bible supports this understanding of ministry (both ...
God Speaks to the Pastor
The Doctrines Of The Church And Ministry - An Historical Survey Of The Controversy Concerning Them In Our Midst
Zimmerman provides a concise history of the controversies surrounding the doctrine of the Church and Ministry among Lutherans in general and within the Synodical Conference specifically.
A History of the WELS' Mission to the Poor in the United States
Through numerous interviews, the author explores the history of WELS missions to the poor among the Apache; St. Marcus, Milwaukee including ministries on the Northside and Southside of Milwaukee; Peace Lutheran in New York ...
Forsake Me Not
Lutheran Piety in the Life of a Called Worker
Professor Brenner demonstrates that piety is not an outward display or behavior, nor is it a feeling one gets; rather, it is an attitude and life of service that comes out of faith, a knowledge of law and gospel, and trust ...