Religion

Stories about Religion

A true evangelist for COVID vaccines

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Kelly Hawes Mitch McConnell and I don't agree on much, but we agree on this. "I think for everyone who is eligible, vaccines, vaccines, vaccines are...

I want off of this ride

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By The Rev. Jeremy Myers The Elkhart County Fair was one of the highlights of my summer every year as I was growing up. Much like...

God is on our side

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By Steve Greene Christianity is unique from the religions of the world. Christianity cannot be reconciled with any other religion. No other religion backs up its...

That’s my kid

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By The Rev. Jeremy Myers We are entering a new, exciting and extremely bittersweet chapter in the story of the Myers family. We just took...

Lutheran church dedicated in Scott County

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The mission plant and future congregation of Holy Cross Lutheran Church of Scott County recently gathered along with fellow brothers and sisters in Christ...

Only one path leads to God

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By Steve Greene We recently considered some outrageous claims that Jesus made, but Jesus had the credentials to make his claims uniquely credible. Jesus authenticated his...

Immanuel welcomes 28 youth members

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Twenty-eight eighth grade students publicly confirmed their faith at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Seymour during a service May 2. On April 25, each of the...

The snooze button: Finding a balance between speeding up and slowing down

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By The Rev. Jeremy Myers The snooze button was first introduced on an alarm clock in the mid-1950s when General Electric released the Snooz-Alarm. The clock...

GriefShare starts soon at Seymour church

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Schneck Hospice is hosting GriefShare, a free 13-week program open to anyone who is coping with a loss. The group, hosted by Stephen Barrett, will...

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By Steve Greene Some believe the religions of the world are the same. But if you look closely, nothing could be further from the truth. For instance,...