In her July column for The Lutheran, Presiding Bishop Elizabeth A. Eaton talks about money—an unglamorous but vital part of the church. She says we are conflicted about money, but our relationship with it is really “a profoundly spiritual issue.”
Read her column by clicking on "Continue Reading" or her photo on the left.
When Elizabeth Ann Norris was an undergraduate student at Lenoir-Rhyne University, she knew she wanted to dedicate her life to helping others. In December 2013, she graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Human and Community Services which helped her to secure a position that allows her to make a difference in lives of the homeless.
We life up NCLMM’s ministry in June. The Mission of the NCLMM is to support men in their spiritual growth and in their social and intellectual development as they strive to deepen their commitment to Christ and to their families; and to provide strength and support as they grow in the life of the Church and its evangelical mission. For info: http://www.nclmm.org/
Attendance: 711 people, including 624 voting members and 87 visitors and special guests: voting members - 234 clergy, 13 associates in ministry, 3 diaconal ministers, 374 lay voting members, 24 synod council members, 28 persons of color or primary language other than English, 13 confirmation age to 18 and 47 aged 18-30.
The North Carolina Synod has benefitted in the past couple of years from the companion process associated with the Forward together Initiative. Companions have helped leaders and congregations move forward to be what God has called them to be and do what God has called them to do.
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