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Right now in our weekend Bible Studies we are examining the Lost Books of the Bible. We find the following documents to be FALSE teachings and we reject them as such. Can you find scripture in our Holy Bible that proves these books to be FALSE?

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One of the best things about getting older is the fact that you have met so many people. You admire them from afar, but they are people who can encourage you none the less.

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After yesterday's snow [and ice and white-outs south of Harbor Beach all the way to the Ohio State line] I got to think how much I appreciate Zion's Parsonage. There are lots of room, and rooms, to use. They are warm. My home office is still a "work in progress" since I use the office in the church-school building the most right now.


How many times as a confirmation student did I think of giving thanks as Luther put it, "For house, home..."? Lots! I had to memorize this again and again; but now I know it personally.


Thank you, Lord, for the people who painted, repaired and got the parsonage ready for Chris and I to move in. Thank you for magic-snow that leaves the front sidewalk. Thanks, Ken! Then there are... this list has no end; but be aware of this, "I give thanks for you all!"  + Pastor Ron Schultz

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I got this from the Michigan District newsletter. thinking of Harbor Beach and their welcoming attitude I thought this might say a lot to people who wonder, "What is Pastor Schultz all about?"

FROM The MI District: On more than one occasion, someone in the community has asked me what I do for a living. Here is how the conversation invariably goes: "What do you do for living?” “I am a pastor.” “Oh, so you’re like a youth pastor or something?” To which I respond: “No, I am just a youthful pastor.”

When visiting parishioners at the hospital I typically go to the information desk to verify that I have the correct room number. The receptionists are perpetually shocked that a person of my age could be a pastor. One of them even told me: “Wow! You are way too young to be a pastor. You’re just a boy!”

I was performing a wedding at a congregation in the midst of a prolonged vacancy. At the rehearsal, the mother of the bride pulled me aside and said, and I quote, “I am glad that we have a young pastor doing the wedding and not some moldy, old pastor.”

Since my ordination, I have heard the following statement about a dozen times: “We just love the youthful excitement of a young pastor.”

These stories coalesce around a common theme: The pastoral office has been confused. Some assume that a pastor must be old in order to be effective. Others assume that a pastor must be young in order to be relevant. And some want their pastor to be an impossible amalgamation of young and old at the exact same time.

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I'd like to pr this and get a group to go from Zion to there for this conference.

It's Feb 22nd at Messiah, near Midland, MI.

I'd fill my van for this. what do you think?  Pastor Schultz


This winter, the Michigan District presents its Theological Conferences on Church, State, and CULTURE at five locations (two simulcast). These conferences cover a relevant, significant, and critically important topic for Christians to understand, especially in this day and age, and under the circumstances in which we live. We are especially grateful that God has blessed us with three knowledgeable, interesting, and engaging presenters. Rev. Dr. Korey Maas ... Rev. Dr. Dale Meyer ... Rev. Dr. Joel Lehenbauer ... Although it is important to note that there is no single passage in the Bible that presents everything the Holy Scripture has to say about government or ruling authorities, I would like to take a brief look at Romans 13:1-7 to begin the discussion on the topic of Church, State, and CULTURE. Romans 13 is something of a summation by the Apostle Paul on how he views the Christian's relationship with government.

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