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We walked into Jerusalem’s Old City at the Jaffa Gate through its ancient high fortified walls. We walked to Greek Catholic Patriarchate Street and turned left onto this street. When we came to St. George Alley, we turned right onto this alley and soon came to a shop in an ancient building along the alleyway that has a sign above it which says the following: “Razzouk Tattoo: Tattoo With Heritage – Since 1300.” (more…)

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Christian Unity 1In John chapter 17, our Lord Yeshua (Jesus) prayed for his universal community of believers and disciples called the Body of Christ (The Christian Church).  This prayer in John 17 is known as his great High Priestly prayer for us, and in this prayer he states the following: (more…)

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Christian-Fish-2015081Bishop Johnson, the national bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCC), recently stated the following: “We human beings are a weird mix of both desiring and resisting change… God is calling us to a new thing, a new way of being Church. The hard part is that we don’t know what this new thing is yet.” (more…)

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On Reformation Sunday in October we will again commemorate the Protestant Reformation of the Sixteenth Century that brought renewal to the Medieval Church.  And the essential principles for the Protestant Reformation, especially for us Lutherans, are (more…)

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