Write to Our Godchildren
One of the most important tasks in life is to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all people. As Jesus said in Matthew 28:20, “Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything that I have commanded you. And remember, I am with you always, to the end of the age."
This task, known as the Great Commission, is very important and it starts with the ones that are closest to us; our family and our children. All our family members are nurtured in our example of Jesus’ love. In addition, our children have an important opportunity to experience and learn about Jesus Christ through Confirmation. With the family, the Church community comes together in Confirmation to support the spreading of our faith to our children.
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North Immanuel Lutheran Church is convinced that the written Word of God is the ultimate standard of Christian conduct. In addition, God Himself speaks to his people vividly, actively, and powerfully through the written Word--Scripture. Therefore, it is beneficial and right to study the Scripture diligently and worshipfully.
We invite you to join our Bible Study every Sunday at 10 am following Worship Service.
We are going to study the Old Testament prophecies fulfilled by Jesus in his coming into flesh.
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Our church has been generously sponsoring three godchildren in Guatemala.
This year has been difficult for many of us. 2020 will likely be remembered as a year that changed the world. In many ways, this pandemic is a global collective experience; it has created a life experience we can all relate to and a common bond we all share. Never has it been more important to let each other know, “I am thinking of you during this time.”
We encourage you to write to the godchildren during this special season. Your letters don’t have to be lengthy. They would love to hear from you and your family. Your words of encouragement can go a long way!
How to send a letter:
1. Mail to Common Hope at:
1400 Energy Park Dr
St. Paul, MN 55108
2. Write the letter online at: www.commonhope.org/hopenote
Sending online will allow the letter to arrive quicker to Common Hope and the student.
With all letters, please include the students name and ID provided below.
Esly A Catavi: Student ID 1078129-f13667; Birthday 12/10/2002;
Age 17; Grade 11; Studying Electrician
Alexander R Chanta: Student ID 1078129-m1559; Birthday 4/26/2004; Age 16; Grade 7
Monica L Garcia: Student ID 1078129-m990; Birthday 9/23/2003
Age 17; Grade 10; Studying Business Administration
with an emphasis on Tourism
Meet Alexander (left), Monica (middle) and Esly (right).