The LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces newsletter for January-March 2017 highlights what God says about time and its importance in our lives.
So Help Me God
This issue of So Help Me God from the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces highlights how God is present in our suffering. The quarterly newsletter shares reminders of this promise and the fact that we can find comfort in the Bible — God’s Holy Word.
In this issue of So Help Me God from the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, the topic of serving our neighbors when they are hurting is discussed. Suggestions as to what we should say and do at these times are shared. In addition, advice on how to uphold the Eighth Commandment on Facebook is […]
In this issue of So Help Me God from the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, information is provided about The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s project Operation Barnabas. Operation Barnabas seeks to train and equip people in our congregations to reach out to veterans and their families.
In this issue of So Help Me God from the LCMS Ministry to the Armed Forces, the topic of suicide is discussed. Specifically, insight into suicides among active and inactive military members is highlighted, along with ways to help prevent suicides.
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