Throughout the history of the church, Christians have designated certain days for common thanksgiving to God. From the harvest of food for the body to the harvest of souls for salvation, today and everyday we give thanks for all that our gracious Triune God provides.
Deuteronomy 8:1-10, 18
Galatians 5: 16-18, 22-26
Schuldt, Nathan J. Age 52, lifelong resident of Circle Pines, went to be with his Lord and Savior on May 17, 2014, after suffering a massive stroke. Nathan is survived by his parents Arlen and Marge, siblings, Natalie (Doug) Hofman, Paulette (Chaplain Vince) Bain and Jason (Colleen), five nieces, three nephews and many extended family members. Nathan was a graduate of Centennial High School and the University of Minnesota with a degree in wildlife management. He will be greatly missed by his brothers and sisters in Christ at Cross of Christ and team members at the Target store in Cambridge
Jesus appears as the light that shines in the darkness. Dark places remain covered in the shadow of sin and unbelief. Now there are, however, bright places, too, and there you find Godâ€™s children. Jesus shines his light by preaching repentance and the good news of the nearing kingdom, and he invites us to follow him to a life illumined by him. Following him means living in the joy of freedom and walking in the light of love for God and brother.