Posts by Carl Schneider

Posts by Carl Schneider

Music for Sunday’s 11am worship – March 3rd

Faith Family, Please join us this Sunday at 11am for our contemporary worship service.  Opening song: Lauren Daigle ~ In Christ Alone # lyrics (youtube.com) Message song: Chris Tomlin – At The Cross (Love Ran Red) (Lyrics & Chords) (youtube.com) Communion song:  O Come To The Altar | Official Lyric Video | Elevation Worship (youtube.com) Closing song:  Newsboys – We Believe (Lyrics) (youtube.com) Blessings, Reid  

Confirmation Sunday May 14, 2023

Confirmation is a public rite of the Church preceded by a period of instruction designed to help baptized Christians identify with the life and mission of the Christian community. The rite of confirmation provides an opportunity for the individual Christian, relying on God’s promise given in Holy Baptism, to make a personal public confession of the faith and a lifelong pledge of fidelity to Christ. (Luther’s Small Catechism 1991 CPH) Jesus said, “Go, and make disciples of all nations baptizing…

Celebrating 75 Years

The Florida-Georgia District began in 1948 with 22 congregations; today, we are 192 strong. Less than 45% of the United States is connected to the Body of Christ, and our state’s population continues growing by nearly 2% per year. God is calling us to “Go and make disciples,” and planting new congregations is essential to reach more with God’s love and the only message of hope! Living As Christ’s Witnesses So That All People Come to Faith “For such a…

‘The cause is just’: Harrison speaks at Illinois March for Life

  Lutherans joined other pro-life advocates in marching for life in Springfield, Ill., on March 21. (LCMS/Erik M. Lunsford) The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, president of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod (LCMS), spoke at the Illinois March for Life in Springfield, Ill., on March 21. Read the text of his remarks below.  Be of good cheer. The cause is just. We are in the business of love, my friends. Every person, no matter how small or imperfect, is the object…