Canada Lutheran
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Look Inside – Volunteers

Volunteers - Canada Lutheran Magazine - ELCIC
In this day and age, our most valuable commodity is time, and prospective volunteers are busy people. They expect, and deserve, that congregations will respect their time and offer assignments that are clearly laid out and mission-driven. The old saying “we’ve always done it that way” is repulsive to a young volunteer. Setting expectations for results, creating policy frameworks for safety, and letting volunteers help to define the work will create a more willing and engaged volunteer force. Canada Lutheran’s first issue of 2018 focuses on the vast importance of volunteering within the church. Volunteering should not be taken lightly,...
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January – Volunteers

In this day and age, our most valuable commodity is time, and prospective volunteers are busy people. They expect, and...

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December – Early Legends About Jesus’ Birth and Childhood

Only two gospels, Matthew and Luke, contain stories of Jesus’ birth, infancy and youth. These gospels provide a few narratives about...

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November – Global Mission in the ELCIC

Twice a month, Rev. Andrea Baez gets into the small compact car she learned to drive only four years ago...

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September – Luther’s Legacy

October 31, 2017, marks the 500th anniversary of the beginning of the Lutheran Reformation. On All Saints evening (all hallowed...

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