Breaking bread together is a good picture of fellowship. When people share life and depend upon each other, that fellowship. Rather than valuing privacy and independence, fellowship is possible by a bond of self-giving love. This love is on display in the once-and-for-all sacrifice of Jesus. By the power of His Resurrection, the Holy Spirit poured this love into our hearts (Romans 5:1-8).
By His sacrifice, Jesus created a bond of love strong enough to unite people across nations and languages, bridging generations and cultures. “But if we walk in the light, we have fellowship with one another and the blood of Jesus, His Son, purifies us from all sin”. (1 John 1:7)
“We praise God for the life and fellowship of your ministry and the witness you have provided in your community to hurting souls with Gospel peace. God has called all lay people to be powerful witnesses for Christ to their families and communities, and we are honored by St. Peter Lutheran Church for supporting The Lutheran Hour and our ministries. We pray that our Lord continues to lead and guide your efforts as you take the Gospel forward to the 21st century”. This was the message from Burt Buchholz, President and CEO of the Lutheran Hour Ministries on the 2017 celebration of St. Peter Lutheran Church 150th Anniversary.
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