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Convention Essays Now Online

July 11, 2014 2 Comments
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Deacon Jennifer Shack and Rev. Kurt Reinhardt.

ONLINE – Lutheran Church–Canada is pleased to announce that the essays from the 2014 National Convention are now available for download.

Rev. Kurt Reinhardt’s presentation—”As Dear Children Ask Their Dear Father”—focused on prayer. The two-part essay is available for download now as a pdf. Rev. Reinhardt’s presentation was accompanied by two hymns written specially for the occasion. The first of these—As Dear Children of the Father—is now available for download. (Check back later for the second hymn).

Deacon Jennifer Shack’s presentation—”The History and Biblical Foundation of Lutheran Church–Canada’s Diaconate—is also now available to download. Get the pdf here. Deacon Shack’s presentation was accompanied by a Powerpoint, which is also available for download (as a zip file).

You can also watch both presentations online. Watch Rev. Reinhardt’s presentation here (Part 1 and Part 2). Watch Deacon Shack’s presentation here.

Video from the convention’s opening worship service is also now available online. To watch video of the convention’s seven sessions, visit synod2014.lutheranchurch.ca/convention-session-videos-online/.

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2 Comments »

  • Canadian Lutheran Online » Blog Archive » Why Pray? said:

    […] Rev. Kurt Reinhardt is in his fifteenth year of serving the people of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran near Kurtzville, Ontario, which he has served since graduating from Concordia Lutheran Theological Seminary (St. Catharines, Ontario). He has served as plenary speaker for Corpus Christi conferences in Sweden and Finland, speaking on the Holy Spirit and Life in Christ. This article is selected from his presentation to LCC’s national convention in Vancouver. For video and the full-text of the original presentation, click here. […]

  • Canadian Lutheran Online » Blog Archive » The diaconate in Lutheran Church–Canada said:

    […] Deacon Jennifer Shack is pursuing a Ph.D. in biblical studies at McMaster Divinity College in Hamilton, Ontario. She continues to teach part-time at Concordia University College of Alberta from a distance, and was appointed Coordinator of Applied Religion (Church Work) at the college in August 2013. This article is adapted from her presentation to the national convention in Vancouver. For video, powerpoint, and the full-text of the original presentation, click here. […]

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