The Voice Online Our Saviour Lutheran Church July 2012 Volume 1, Issue 1 “No Trespassing” – Have you ever Inside this issue:jumped a fence? August Usher 4By David Hatch from a strained Schedule relationship with Official Acts 4You have heard the someone, to a guiltystories of kids, now conscience, to a The Truth 5being grandfathers, shotgun, to jail time. Projectclimbing over or under afence to get something Camp Luther 7 Trespassing involves Newsthey wanted. Perhaps it getting what we wantwas grabbing a (desire) at our Open Letter to 6-cucumber from the LCMS 8 neighbor’s expense Membersneighbor’s garden, a (and against his Our Saviour 9sneak peak at a sports wishes). July Calendarevent, a shortcut throughthe woods when Camp Luther 10 Even if there is Newshunting, etc. The stories no fence, a kid may be lighthearted and sneaking a seemingly innocent, butin the larger picture, candy bar at the trespassing where we do convenience not belong can land us store, out of in big trouble. We could (See ‘No Trespassing’ on page 3)experience anything What Does “Deep Discipleship” Mean? By David H HatchOur congregational different folks. By any who desires to deepentheme this year is definition, it would their faith-life by“Deepen Your mean to grow in our serving, they mayDiscipleship”. What faith-life, to take it stretch themselves anddoes that mean, deeper than we have step out doing thingsanyway? It could mean gone so far. they had never donedifferent things to (See Discipleship-page 2) Idea One: For someone 1
Discipleship (continued from page 1) before. That could be giving toward a project- their Savior through opening their home to fund at church. prayer and meditation. someone in need, Find a place where you sacrificing time on a Idea Four: For another, can be alone and go faith-based project (like it may mean jumping there, regularly. Habitat for Humanity), into a Bible class, being on a church board taking notes during the Idea Seven: One person or teaching Sunday sermon or listening to a may deepen their School. They might call sermon over again, on- discipleship by looking the pastor and offer to line, at the church back at their life, like a serve in some capacity website. This would be walker on a trail, or that matches their skills forming a new solid breaking their life down and interests. habit. into chapters in a story, recounting the blessings Idea Two: For another, Idea Five: For someone and hardships over the deepening their else, it may mean years. They may be discipleship may mean setting off on a reading surprised at how they embracing a new habit campaign, lapping up have grown through in their devotional life, the good works of troubles and been perhaps prayers or contemporary Christian blessed over the years.“How will you Scripture readings authors or digging into This could end up beingdeepen your during set times of the the archives of the a writing project thatdiscipleship, your day. With this idea, one writings of ancient would turn out to be afaith‐life?” might want to set some Christian authors, or gift to the children! goals and, with God’s doing a parade of help, stick with them! readings of Christian How will you deepen biographies. your discipleship, your Idea Three: For another, faith-life? Is it it may mean stepping to Idea Six: Yet someone important to you? another ongoing level of else may set aside Valuable?Precious? He sacrificial giving, solitude time during the hopes your faith-life is perhaps to the needy, to day to purify their heart paramount to you, it is a church mission fund, and mind, bringing a to Him. sponsoring a student or deeper harmony with 2
No Trespassing (from page 1) sight of the attendant fence! also heartily forgive and also and with no posted sign And we rationalize readily do good to those who prohibiting such “little sin against us. “crossing the line”, looting” is “jumping a saying things like, “Well, moral fence” and The truth is, when we realize that won’t hurt them, trespassing against that that we have crossed over they have plenty.”, owner. A little candy bar and taken something from “They will never know.”, today could lead to grand our neighbor (even going “Hey, everyone is, why theft auto, if the lesson is against his wishes is am I any different?”, not learned early. trespassing), and that this is “What goes around It could be said that also an offense against God comes around, a lot of blatantly staring at in the Commandments, and folks have done that to someone is robbing them that Christ forgives us for me!” of their privacy, this when we are repentant, Sin is defined as trespassing against their then forgiving our neighbor “trespassing”. It’s just space. We may not think for doing that against us that simple! so, but if you have ever comes easy! Let’s let the Lord’s had someone stare at Prayer and Luther’s you, you know we would The conclusion may well be explanation of it, clarify stated, “Go and trespass no prefer they would stop. Is this point… not that a sure and more, and if you have, apply certain sign of grace and apologize if the Jesus - “And forgive us our trespassing? If we would offense calls for it.” trespasses, as we forgive not want it done to us those who trespass against then, for sure, no one us.” would want it done to them. Luther - What does this It is certain that speaking mean? – Answer: We pray ill of someone behind his in this petition that our or her back is trespassing Father in heaven would not [crossing the fence] and look upon our sins, nor deny robbing them of their such petitions on account of reputation. We would them; for we are worthy of none of the things for which not want that done to us. we pray, neither have we The examples are deserved them; but that He endless. We cross moral would grant them all to us fences against our by grace; for we daily sin neighbors all the time, much, and indeed deserve even if it does not nothing but punishment. So involve crossing a will we verily, on our part, wooden or a barbed wire 3
August 2012 OSLC Usher ScheduleDay: Date: Service: Lead Usher Team:Thu. 02-Aug 7:00 pm P. Kuehl Bill Baneck; †UN; †UNSun. 05-Aug 7:45 am J. Kielpikowski Chad Kielpikowski; Ron Klumb; †UNSun. 05-Aug 9:15 am R. Vande Hei Walt Juhnke; Tiffany Duff; Brian Duff; Chelsea Vande Hei; Rachel Vande HeiSun. 05-Aug 10:45 am R. Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard ChristiansonThu. 09-Aug 7:00 pm B. Clayton Anthony Clayton; †UN; †UNSun. 12-Aug 7:45 am M. Dalebroux Andrew Prescher; Al Brietlow; Barry DalebrouxSun. 12-Aug 9:15 am D. Bitters Robin Williams; Frank Helebrant; Don Schultz; Shelly Williams; Trey BoerschingerSun. 12-Aug 10:45 am G. Buechner Carmen Leuthner; Lloyd Leuthner; DeVonte King; Rich SpangenbergThu. 16-Aug 7:00 pm C. Arthur Carl Zimonick; Gary Kirchman; Dick ZimonickSun. 19-Aug 7:45 am M. Morgan Vernon Siech; Gloria Morgan; Ralph HoerchlerSun. 19-Aug 9:15 am W. Chamberlain Randy Dyle; Roxanne Dyle; Alex Chamberlain; McKenzie Waniger; Nathan ScholzSun. 19-Aug 10:45 am M. Charles Don Larson; Karen Kiekhaefer; Hunter AlftThu. 23-Aug 7:00 pm P. Kuehl Bill Baneck; †UN; †UNSun. 26-Aug 7:45 am A. Knaus Clarence Ney; Josh VanKauwenberg; Jerry VanKauwenbergSun. 26-Aug 9:15 am D. Wians Lonnie Peerenboom; Todd Korth; Barb Korth; Davis LaMarche; Dan RicherSun. 26-Aug 10:45 am R. Bruhn Rich Ryman; Sue Bruhn; Richard ChristiansonThu. 30-Aug 7:00 pm B. Clayton Anthony Clayton; †UN; †UN †UN-Usher Needed: If youd like to volunteer as an usher, please contact the Lead Usher of the group youd like to join,or contact Rich Spangenberg at (920) 983-9821 or by email at email@example.com. Official ActsBaptisms Membership ChangesRori June Newberry IN: Linda Cummings, Adult ConfirmationBorn: January 6, 2012 Jerry Derenne, Adult ConfirmationBaptized: May 27, 2012 Marshall Marquardt, Profession of FaithDaughter of Anthony Newberry and LynnCardinal OUT: Delmar and Katherine (Katie) Lacount, and children, Samantha and Joshua,Madelynn Josephine Aspenson releaseBorn: April 15, 2011 Karin Sconzert, releaseBaptized: June 3, 2012 Barb Talbot – remove; added in errorDaughter of Joel Aspenson and Stacy Compton Cristina Brosig, release (out of state) Amy Loritz, release (out of town)Isabella Hart Aspenson Nancy Verheyen, release (out of town)Born: March 21, 2012 Karl and Jennie Kuepper and baptizedBaptized: June 3, 2012 children, Jacob Martin, NicholasDaughter of Joel Aspenson and Stacy Compton and Alex, release Dale Hackbarth, release (out of state)Jack Theodore KrouthBorn: March 20, 2012 Received their CrownBaptized: June 3, 2012Son of Kelley and Kathryn Krouth Darrell D. Butrymowicz December 21, 1941 ~ May 30, 2012Priya Deanna Sullivan Funeral service held on June 2, 2012Born: March 13, 2012Baptized: June 10, 2012Daughter of Evan and Tara Sullivan Page 4
OSLC to Launch The Truth ProjectIn the film, Indiana Jones and by Focus on the Family. It is 6:30‐8:30pm. You will the Last Crusade, the story not for everyone, but it may encounter cookies. We will begins with Dr. Jones, a well‐ be for you. meet in the comfort of the known adventurer‐ church parlor. archeologist, directing his It is for you if: college students to two You like to learn and Enrollment for each class is vastly different classrooms. you would enjoy some limited to 12 people (per He says, “Archaeology is the studying at home time period). Should we not search for fact... not truth. If between classes. fill the classes with our own its truth youre looking for, You wish to commit to members, we will offer these Dr. Tyrees philosophy class is something that can sessions to members of other right down the hall. If you have a deep congregations. If you would want the facts, follow me.” stretching change in like to commit to this class, your thought‐life and enroll today. Call the church Here, we want to focus on world perspective. office at (920) 468‐4065 or Truth. You long to have a send an email to info@oslc‐ deep discipleship gb.org. If you want more “What is Truth?”, asked with Christ. information, visit the Truth Pontius Pilate to Jesus. And You wish to interact Project website at that is the question of most with other Christians http://www.thetruthproject.philosophers. and build life‐long org/ friendships. For a world without Christ, Scheduled Class Dates truth changes with the winds We will offer two long of opinion, culture and running classes beginning September 6 and 20 perception. For the Christian, September 6, 2012 and October 4 Christ is Truth and His Word ending March 20, 2013, November 1 and 29 is Truth. Christ brings us meeting 12 times, December 13 unchangeable Truth. approximately every other January 10 and 24 Our Saviour is going to offer week. Classes will meet on February 7 and 20 a special class called The Thursdays (Wednesdays March 6 and 20Truth Project. It was created during Lent) from 9‐11am or Page 5 OSLC members, please see the special letters on the next three pages. The first is an introductory letter from the president of our denomination. The second is a joint letter signed by many Christian denominational representatives, an Open Letter. These letters address our position on the current state of affairs regarding the US governments requirement about health insurance coverage including required payment for child abortive services. It is easy to dismiss this as "distant", irrelevant or the making of a mountain out of a molehill. We encourage to read this, to be informed, to be compassionate and to have ethical convictions based on your faith. Thank‐you! Pastor Dave
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,Greetings in the name of Jesus Christ, the Resurrection and the Life.In response to the incursion of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) into the realm of religiousfreedom with its controversial contraceptive mandate issued earlier this year, we are compelled to offer “Free Exerciseof Religion: Putting Beliefs into Practice,” an open letter to our members and, indeed, all Americans.Twenty-four leaders of religious organizations across the country have joined with us in signing the letter. Together,these signatories represent more than 10 million American men, women and children. They represent religiousorganizations that stand with us in opposition to the contraceptive mandate on the grounds that it is an infringement ofour God-given right to act according to the tenets of our faith.We are preparing to issue this letter even as we await a ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on the constitutionality of thePatient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), a historic piece of legislation meant to extend health coverage tomillions of uninsured Americans. The HHS contraceptive mandate represents one of the reforms included in the law.The ramifications of the anticipated ruling are, of course, as yet unknown.That said, our action in authoring this letter is not a statement on the global design of PPACA. As Christians living outour calling to serve our brothers and sisters with the mercy and love of Jesus Christ, we support and engage in wide-ranging efforts to restore health and well-being to the sick and suffering.Thus, this letter specifically is in response to one effect of the contraceptive mandate—one that would require religiousorganizations, with only narrowly defined exceptions, to include coverage for contraceptives, including those that couldcause the death of unborn babies, in their employee health plans. This is in direct opposition to a core teaching of TheLutheran Church—Missouri Synod—that only God gives and takes life.I encourage you to read the letter and to share it widely.In Christ,The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison, PresidentThe Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Page 6
FREE EXERCISE OF RELIGION: Putting Beliefs into Practice An Open Letter from Religious Leaders in the United States to All AmericansDear Friends, Religious institutions are established because of religious beliefs and convictions. Such institutions include not only churches, synagogues, mosques, and other places of worship, but also schools and colleges, shelters and community kitchens, adoption agencies and hospitals, organizations that provide care and services during natural disasters, and countless other organizations that exist to put specific religious beliefs into practice. Many such organizations have provided services and care to both members and non‐members of their religious communities since before the Revolutionary War, saving and improving the lives of countless American citizens. As religious leaders from a variety of perspectives and communities, we are compelled to make known our protest against the incursion of the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) into the realm of religious liberty. HHS has mandated that religious institutions, with only a narrow religious exception, must provide access to certain contraceptive benefits, even if the covered medications or procedures are contradictory to their beliefs. We who oppose the application of this mandate to religious institutions include not only the leaders of religious groups morally opposed to contraception, but also leaders of other religious groups that do not share that particular moral conviction. That we share an opposition to the mandate to religious institutions while disagreeing about specific moral teachings is a crucial fact. Religious freedom is the principle on which we stand. Because of differing understandings of moral and religious authority, people of good will can and often do come to different conclusions about moral questions. Yet, even we who hold differing convictions on specific moral issues are united in the conviction that no religious institution should be penalized for refusing to go against its beliefs. The issue is the First Amendment, not specific moral teachings or specific products or services. The HHS mandate implicitly acknowledged that an incursion into religion is involved in the mandate. However, the narrowness of the proposed exemption is revealing for it applies only to religious organizations that serve or support their own members. In so doing, the government is establishing favored and disfavored religious organizations: a privatized religious organization that serves only itself is exempted from regulation, while one that believes it should also serve the public beyond its membership is denied a religious exemption. The so‐called accommodation and the subsequent Advance Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (ANPRM) do little or nothing to alleviate the problem. No government should tell religious organizations either what to believe or how to put their beliefs into practice. We indeed hold this to be an unalienable, constitutional right. If freedom of religion is a constitutional value to be protected, then institutions developed by religious groups to implement their core beliefs in education, in care for the sick or suffering, and in other tasks must also be protected. Only by doing so can the free exercise of religion have any meaning. The HHS mandate prevents this free exercise. For the well‐being of our country, we oppose the application of the contraceptive mandate to religious institutions and plead for its retraction.
Sincerely yours, Leith Anderson The Rev. Dr. Matthew C. Harrison Sister Loraine Marie Maguire, l.s.p. President President Provincial Superior, Baltimore Province National Association of Evangelicals The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Little Sisters of the Poor Gary M. Benedict Bishop Harry R. Jackson Jr. The Rev. John A. Moldstad President Senior Pastor, Hope Christian Church President The Christian and Missionary Alliance U.S. Bishop, Fellowship of International Churches Evangelical Lutheran Synod Bishop John F. Bradosky The Very Rev. Dr. John A. Jillions Deaconess Cheryl D. Naumann North American Lutheran Church Chancellor President Orthodox Church in America Concordia Deaconess Conference The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod The Most Rev. Robert J. Carlson The Most Blessed Jonah The Rev. Samuel Rodriguez Archbishop of St. Louis Archbishop of Washington President Metropolitan of All American and Canada NHCLC Orthodox Church in America Hispanic Evangelical Association Cardinal Timothy M. Dolan Imam Faizul R. Khan Sister Joseph Marie Ruessmann, Archbishop of New York Founder and Leader R.S.M., J.D., J.C.D., M.B.A. President Islamic Society of Washington Area Generalate Secretary United States Conference of Catholic Bishops Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma, Michigan Mother Agnes Mary Donovan, S.V. The Very Rev. Leonid Kishkovsky The Rev. Mark Schroeder Superior General of the Sisters of Life Director of External Affairs President and Interchurch Relations Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod Orthodox Church in America Sister Barbara Anne Gooding, R.S.M. The Most Rev. William E. Lori L. Roy Taylor Director, Department of Religion Archbishop of Baltimore Stated Clerk of the General Assembly of Saint Francis Health System Chairman thePresbyterian Church in America USCCB Ad Hoc Committee for Religious Liberty Sister Margaret Regina Halloran,l.s.p. Sister Maria Christine Lynch, l.s.p. Sister Constance Carolyn Veit, l.s.p. Provincial Superior, Brooklyn Province Provincial Superior, Chicago Province Communications Director Little Sisters of the Poor Little Sisters of the Poor Little Sisters of the Poor Dr. George O. Wood General Superintendent The General Council of the Assemblies of God ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Our Saviour Lutheran Church 120 S. Henry Street Green Bay, WI 54302 (920) 468-4065 http://www.oslc-gb.org Senior Pastor - David H. Hatch Church Office – Michelle Burhite (920) 465-8118 (920) 468-4065 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.comAssociate Pastor - Greg Hovland Preschool Director – Christina Scholz(920) 544-3614 (920) firstname.lastname@example.org Christina@oslc-gb.org
July 2012 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday1 2 3 4 5 6 77:45am Trad Worship 7am Bible Study 12:15pm Worship9:15am Praise Worship 9am Bible Study 7pm Trad Worship10:45am Trad Worship Michelle-Vacation Michelle-Vacation Office Closed No SCRIP Sales No SCRIP Sales8 Communion 9 10 11 12 13 14Mite Box Sunday 7am Bible Study 12pm Staff Meeting 12:15pm Worship 6:30pm Process/Baez 2:30pm Process/Baez7:45am Trad Worship 9am Bible Study 7pm Youth/Young 7pm Trad Worship Wedding Rehearsal Wedding9:15am Worship 6pm Praise Band Adult Bible Study9:15am Bible Study10:30am Bible Study10:45am Trad Worship4:15pm OSLC2 on F25:30pm OSLC1 on F315 16 17 18 19 20 217:45am Trad Worship 7pm Board of 7am Bible Study 12pm Staff Meeting 12:15pm Worship9:15am Praise Worship Education 9am Bible Study 7pm Youth/Young 7pm Trad Worship10:45am Trad Worship 6pm Praise Band Adult Bible Study4:15pm OSLC1 on F16:45pm OSLC2 on F222 Communion 23 24 25 26 27 287:45am Trad Worship 6:30pm GBLSA 7am Bible Study 12pm Staff Meeting 12:15pm Worship9:15am Praise Worship 7pm Stewardship 8a OLM Meeting 7pm Youth/Young 7pm Trad Worship10:45am Trad Worship 9am Bible Study Adult Bible StudyTBD Softball Playoffs 6pm Praise Band Michelle-Vacation No SCRIP Sales29 30 31 Super Sale set up will begin at 8am on Monday July 30 and then start at 9am7:45am Trad Worship 8am Super Sale Set Up 7am Bible Study on weekdays after that until August 17. To volunteer or for questions, call Jill9:15am Praise Worship (transport items from 9am Super Sale Set Up Proulx at 465-1437. Donations will be accepted until noon on Wednesday,10:45am Trad Worship basement to gym) in GymTBD Softball Playoffs 9am Bible Study August 15, to allow time for preparing the donations for sale. Call Michelle in 6pm Praise Band the church office at (920) 468-4065 if you have any other questions.
S’more about Camp Luther WE STILL HAVE A PLACE FOR YOU!! Summer Camp Spots Still Availa- ble! We still have spots available in almost every camp. Registration has been fantastic but we still have openings!! KinderCamp, GrandKids and Explorer Camps have openings in all sessions. Pathfinder and Trailblazer have varied spaces available. IMPACT has openings in all sessions and so does Xtreme Teen. Quest has just a few left in the July 15-20 session. Go to www.campluther.com to explore your options to experience “Witness” at Camp Luther this summer!!LABOR DAY WEEKEND FAMILY RETREAT!!August 31-September 3- Plan now for a meaningfuland relaxing weekend with your family at sum- COUPLES RETREAT!! Sept 21-23- Couples of every age can benefit frommer’s end. You can join with other families with the time well spent together. Here is a great weekend to do just that! Enjoy campweekend’s fun activities or open your own trails to or local activities, take part in guest speaker Bible study and learning, enjoyfun and bonding as a family. There will be adult devotions offered by camp staff and cap it all off with a candlelit dinner!!and child age-appropriate Bible study sessions to Grow, bond and recharge at the Camp Luther Couples Retreat.add faith growth to your new family tradition! FATHER/SON AND MOTHER/DAUGHTER CANOE ADVENTURES!GRANDPARENTS!! When was the last time you Relish some one on one time with your child this summer and experience anhad meaningful one-on-one time with your adventure together in the process. Camping, devotions, fun and fellowshipgrandchild? Spend that special time away at Camp plus time away from the distractions of life. Join the canoe adventures AugustLuther this summer at GrandKids Camp, August 10 9-12. Register at www.campluther.com. There is still room for YOU!!-12. Register online at www.campluther.com. EXPLORER SUMMER CAMP FOR GRADES 1-3!! Explorer Camp isLIVE, LAUGH, AND LOVE LADIES RETREAT!! designed to ease the transition for campers who have completed grades 1, 2 orOct 5-7 – Refuel in God’s Word and the company of 3 to come to Camp Luther on their own before they are ready to stay for aother awesome women at this “just for ladies” whole week. This weekend program includes activities like: parachute games,retreat. The schedule is designed to draw you closer swimming, arts and crafts, songs, Christian Growth, campfire devotions, andto God and to each other through a variety of more! Register them today at www.campluther.comindividual, large group and small group activities.There will also be trips to Cranberry Fest in EagleRiver, a Ladies night out, plus walking, biking or CHOOSE CAMP LUTHER WITH YOUR THRIVENT CHOICE DOLLARS!!canoeing amid the beautiful fall colors! It’s easy and it benefits Camp Luther and Every Kid to Camp! Log on to www.thrivent.com/thriventchoice or call 800-THRIVENT (800-847-4836) andBRICKS FOR MORTGAGE REDUCTION!! Leave get started TODAY!! Eligibility is established by Thrivent and by youryour mark as part of the legacy that is the ministry premiums, account values and volunteer leadership! You simply go onlineof Camp Luther. You can support the effort to and they do the rest. THANK YOU for giving to Camp Luther!!reduce and remove the mortgage and also leave aremembrance on a brick in Camp’s beautifulcourtyard. Your gift of $500 or more makes a JOIN US ON FACEBOOK!!difference!! Go to www.campluther.com to learn We now have over 1850 likesmore. on Facebook, so join us there to hear what’s happening atSCRAP, CRAFT AND QUILT! Oct 26-28 – Women Camp, to share memories andof all ages and crafting levels, bring your supplies to spread the word about theand enjoy time to craft, share and fellowshiptogether! There will be attendees from novice to ministry and joy that is Campexpert so there will be much to learn and to teach. Luther.There will be spiritual growth time as the daysbegin and end and throughout the day while youcraft. Go to www.campluther.com to learn more. Camp Luther is a subsidiary ministry of the North Wisconsin District-LCMS. Our mission is to build up the Body of Christ for service to the church and witness to the world. Camp Luther/1889 Koubenec Road/Three Lakes, WI 54562/877-264-CAMP "Camp Luther is a subsidiary ministry of the North Wisconsin District LCMS."
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