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									                                    Food for Thought
It was time for show-and-tell, and the theme for that day was “My Religion.” The students were
asked to share with the class an item that was connected to their faith. One student said, “I’m
Jewish, and this is my prayer hat.” The next student stood up and said, “I’m Catholic, and this is
my rosary.” The last student shared, “I’m Lutheran, and this is my hot dish.”
Lutherans do enjoy a good potluck. But that is also true for much of our culture—many of our
social events and get-togethers are centered around food. We love to eat and we love to eat
with the people that we love.
                  Meals are an important theme in the Bible, too. One of the most important
                  meals that the Bible talks about was the Passover Feast. This meal was
                     celebrated yearly to recall God saving His people from slavery in Egypt
                     when the angel of death passed over the homes marked with the blood
                     of the Passover lamb, sparing the first-born son of every household from
                      death. When Pharaoh’s son was found dead from this final plague, he
                      finally let the Hebrews go. The Passover was held each year after that to
                      commemorate this event.

Even Jesus celebrated the Passover—this was the
meal that He was celebrating with His disciples the
night that He was betrayed by Judas. During that
Passover meal Jesus instituted the Lord’s Supper
for the forgiveness of sins in His body broken
and bloodshed for you. Ever since then, the Christian church has celebrated the Lord’s Supper
as often as we eat and drink it, in remembrance of Jesus saving us from the slavery of our sin.
But what did the Passover all entail? What was going on when Jesus broke bread, declaring,
“This is my body,” and took a cup of wine and said, “This is my blood?” This is the focus of our
midweek Lenten worship this year: “Christ Our Passover.” We will look at the various aspects of
the Passover meal and discover its significance for us, God’s chosen people.
                 What better way to top off this experience than with a meal! On Sunday,
                 March 25th, St. John’s elders will be sponsoring a Passover Seder meal that
                 will put us at the table of the Last Supper. (But hurry; seating is limited).
                 But as Christians, we have the joy of coming each
                 week to eat at the Lord’s Table together in Holy
Communion. At this meal, we enjoy fellowship with one another
and are united with the body and blood of Christ in, with, and under
the bread and wine for the forgiveness of our sins.
                     In Christ
                     Pastor Steve

                                                           Ron & Pat Ensenbach
THOSE WHO SERVE                                         Mar. 25 - 10:30 a.m. Loretta List, Bette Nelsen

ELDERS                                                  USHERS
Mar. 4 (8 a.m.) Al Ulmer                                Sundays (8:00 a.m.) Don Casey (c), Corrine Casey,
(10:30 a.m.)                                               Steve Anderson, Ron Ensenbach
Mar. 7 (7 p.m.)                                         Sundays (10:30 a.m.) Nick Saylor, Laddie Novak,
Mar. 11 (8 a.m.) Jerry Knodel                             Jim Fuchs
(10:30 a.m.)
Mar. 14 (7 p.m.)                                        Midweek Lenten Services
Mar. 18 (8 a.m.)                                        (10 a.m.) Ron Ensenbach, Richard Dusterhoft, Terry List
(10:30 a.m.)                                            (7 p.m.) High School Youth
Mar. 21 (7 p.m.) Al Ulmer
Mar. 25 (8 a.m.) Jerry Knodel                           GREETERS
(10:30 a.m.) Al Ulmer                                   Mar. 4 (8 a.m.)
Mar. 28 (7 p.m.)                                        Front door – Bob & Elaine List
ORGANISTS                                               Southeast door – Brian & Susan Muehlbeier & family
Mar. 4 (8 a.m.) Dianne Diekmann                          (10:30 a.m.)
   (10:30 a.m.) Donna Knodel                            Front Door – Mike, Kayla and Lane Pavel
Mar. 7 (10 a.m.) Donna Knodel                           Southeast door – Bonnie Pinkelman & Carol Mikkelson
   (7 p.m.) Phyllis Nielsen                             Mar. 7 (Midweek Lenten)
Mar. 11 (both) Sheila Peterson                          (10:00 a.m.) Carol Dusterhoft
Mar. 14 (10 a.m.) Donna Knodel                          (7:00 p.m.) Front Door Bob & Deb Cap & family
   (7 p.m.) Phyllis Nielsen                             Southeast door Wanda Dolejsi
Mar. 18 (8 a.m.) Donna Knodel                           Mar. 11 (8:00 a.m.)
Mar. 21 (10 a.m.) Phyllis Nielsen                       Front Door – Corrine & Don Casey
   (7 p.m.) Dianne Diekmann                             Southeast door – Joe & Laurie LaBarge & family
Mar. 25 (10:30 a.m.) Sheila Peterson                     (10:30 a.m.)
Mar. 28 (10 a.m.) Phyllis Nielsen                       Front door – Allan & Laura Crosley & Family
   (7 p.m.) Dianne Diekmann                             Southeast door –Bill & Kim Wenzel
ACOLYTES                                                Mar. 14
Mar. 4 (8 a.m.) Hannah Williams, Nicole Jones           (10:00 a.m.) Carol Dusterhoft
(10:30 a.m.) Savannah Busskohl, Amber Simek             (7:00 p.m.) Front door Jason & Jessie Foote & family
Mar. 7 (7 p.m.) Jacob Smith, Chandler Olson             Southeast door Rich & Tammy Dolejsi & family
Mar. 11 (8 a.m.) Ashley & Victor Lacey                  Mar. 18 (8:00 a.m.)
(10:30 a.m.) Alex & Hannah Kotalik                      Front door – Adeline Hofer
Mar. 14 (7 p.m.) Erica Schaefers & Amber Winters        Southeast door – Betty & Orville Kirchner
Mar. 18 (8 a.m.) Haylee Heinemeyer, Shelby Radack       (10:30 a.m.)
(10:30 a.m.) Tanner & Travis Skorepa                    Front door – Nathan & Angie Clercx
Mar. 21 (7 p.m.) Hannah Williams, Nicole Jones          Southeast door –Kevin & Michelle Guthmiller
Mar. 25 (8 a.m.) Isaac Schulz, Casey Thomas             Mar. 21
 (10:30 a.m.) Lucas & Tori Lammers                      (10:00 a.m.) Carol Dusterhoft
Mar. 28 (7 p.m.) Amber Simek, Savannah Busskohl         (7:00 p.m.)
                                                        Front door - Matt & Janice Stone& Dan Conkling
ALTAR GUILD                                             Southeast door Dave Stanga & family
MARCH 2012 COMMUNION SET UP                             Mar. 25 (8:00 a.m.)
Mar. 4 - 8:00 a.m. Carol & Richard Dusterhoft           Front door – Aaron & Stephanie Olson & family
Mar. 11 - 10:30 a.m. Susan Buxcel                       Southeast door – Maxine Stepp & Dee Erickson
Mar. 18 - 8:00 a.m. Jennifer & Casey Thomas             (10:30 a.m.)
Mar. 25 - 10:30 a.m. Joe & Laurie LaBarge               Front door – Donna Hanson
                                                        Southeast door – Joel & Valerie Merkwan & family
MARCH 2012 COMMUNION CLEAN UP                           Mar. 28
Mar. 4 - 8:00 a.m. Tim & Rita Butler                    (10:00 a.m.) Carol Dusterhoft
Mar. 11 - 10:30 a.m. Jim & Pat Farley                   (7:00 p.m.) Front Door – Kevin & Lisa Schulz & family
Mar. 18 - 8:00 a.m. Sherry Thaler,

AUDIO PEOPLE                                                     CIRCLE NEWS
Mar. 4 (8 a.m.) Dean Anderson                                    Anna Circle meets Tuesday, March 12th at 7 p.m. at
(10:30 a.m.) Doug/Zach Auch
                                                                 the church. Please join us for and evening of
Mar. 11 (8 a.m.) Tom Merrill
(10:30 a.m.) David Mueller
                                                                 fellowship and fun!
Mar. 18 (8 a.m.) Dean Anderson                                   Dorcas Circle: meets Thursday, March 1st at the
(10:30 a.m.) Steve Rokahr                                        church. Hostess and Topic Leader is Maxine Stepp.
Mar. 25 (8 a.m.) Tom Merrill
(10:30 a.m.) Doug/Zach Auch                                      Rachel Circle: meets Monday, March 5th at 7 p.m.
                                                                 Hostesses/Topic Leaders are Sue Dumke and
VIDEO PEOPLE                                                     Lageane Daum
Mar. 4 (8 a.m.) Sarah Santos
(10:30 a.m.) Lizzie Kinsley                                      Ruth Circle: meets March 15th at 1 p.m. at the
Mar. 11 (8 a.m.) Lizzie Kinsley                                  church. Hostesses are Lois Anderson and Gladys
(10:30 a.m.) Iesley Stone                                        Braunesreither.
Mar. 18 (8 a.m.) Iesley Stone
(10:30 a.m.) Kelsey Butler
Mar. 25 (8 a.m.) Kelsey Butler                                                        LENTEN SCHEDULE
(10:30 a.m.) Sarah Santos                                                              “CHRIST, OUR PASSOVER”

                                                                 Every Ash Wednesday in Lent, we will meet at 10 a.m. or
               March 2011 LWML HAPPENINGS
                                                                 7 p.m. in Worship. Below are the themes for March.
               St. John’s LWML will be busy this month
               tying lots of knots! Their nimble fingers
               plan to make blankets to send to the                           Lenten Worship Schedule
Orphan Grain Train and Afghanistan. Last year we sent                   Mar. 7: “Bitter Herbs”
10 blankets off to missions. We hope to make as many
blankets or more this year! Women of all ages who                       Mar. 14: “Unleavened Bread”
would enjoy tying “knots of love” for our brothers and
sisters in need around the world are invited to Join the
                                                                        Mar. 21: “Charoseth Sause”
LWML on Saturday, March 3 at 9:00 a. m. in the                          Mar. 28: “Cups of Wine”
Fellowship Hall for brunch, devotion, and tying blankets!
Bring a friend and enjoy a morning of fellowship and a                  Seder Meal: Mar. 25 @ 6:00 PM, seating
mission of love!                                                         limited, Tickets on sale, now.

Another “at home” mission the Rachel Circle is involved                             Parish Nurse’s Notes
in is serving the Banquet on Thursday, March 1 . The
                                                                            February is the month for Valentines and Heart
Banquet serves a free meal to our brothers and sisters of
                                                                            Disease awareness. As your Parish Nurse, I
Yankton who are in need of a hot meal. Anyone can
                                                                            am participating in a blood pressure control
come and eat for free and enjoy the food and fellowship
                                                                            program sponsored by the South Dakota
of those in our community. For many, it is their only
contact with caring Christians. Please come and join us          Department of Health and because of this I have blood
                                                                 pressure cuffs to give to people who are willing to be
in serving our brothers and sisters of Yankton. You don’t
                                                                 part of a study for 3 months. The study involves
need to provide anything as the Rachel Circle provides
                                                                 answering a few questions and taking your blood
the meal, but we do need more helping hands to serve
                                                                 pressure on a regular basis. Contact me if you are
milk and coffee and help carry trays for those who need
                                                                 interested in participating in the study.
assistance. If you can come to the UCC Church by 5:00
p.m. on March 1 to help out for a couple of hours you            What is blood pressure and why is uncontrolled high
will find that your day will be blessed because you              blood pressure so dangerous for your health?
shared a helping hand and a smile with a friend in need.
                                                                 Blood pressure measures the force pushing outwards
                                                                 on your arterial walls. When the heart beats, it creates
Joy in Jesus,
                                                                 pressure that pushes blood through arteries and veins.
Susan Buxcel, Pres. St. John’s LWML
                                                                 The pressure --- blood pressure --- is the result of two
“Therefore encourage one another and build up each other,        forces. The first force occurs as blood pumps out of the
as indeed you are doing….Encourage the faint hearted, help       heart and into the arteries, (the systolic or the top
the weak” 1Thess.5:11,14b(NRSV).                                 number of your blood pressure). The second force is
created as the heart rests between heart beats, ( the                but high blood pressure can permanently
diastolic or bottom number of your blood pressure                   damage your heart, brain, eyes and kidneys
                                                                  before you feel anything. High blood pressure
The problems from too much force. Healthy arteries                can often lead to heart attack and heart failure,
are made of muscle and a semi-flexible tissue that
                                                                      stroke, kidney failure, and other health
stretches like elastic when the heart pumps blood
through them. The more forcefully that blood pumps,                               consequences.
the more the arteries stretch to allow blood to easily
flow. Over time, if the force of the blood flow is often                         ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN
high, the tissue that makes up the walls of arteries gets                      COUNCIL MEETING MINUTES
stretched beyond its healthy limit. This creates problems                           January 10, 2012
in several ways.
                                                                  “Growing Together in Christ by Sharing the Gospel with ALL
   Vascular weaknesses, the overstretching creates                                       People”
    weak places in the vessels, making them more prone
    to rupture. Problems such as strokes and aneurysms            PRESENT: John Marquardt, Dan Conkling, Doug Auch, Dean
    are caused by ruptures in the blood vessels.                  Washburn, Shellee Heinemeyer, Joe LaBarge, Randy
                                                                  Anderson, Chuck Wollman, Chad Lacey, Dave Mueller, Lori
   Vascular scarring, the overstretching can cause tiny          Santos, Pastor Steve Weispfennig and Pastor Dave
    tears in the blood vessels that leave scar tissue on          Gunderson, Joyce Brunken, and Roger Gregg. ABSENT:
    the walls of arteries and veins. These tears and the          Cheryl Saylor.
    scar tissue are like nets, and can catch debris such as
                                                                  The meeting was called to order by John Marquardt.
    cholesterol, plaque or blood cells traveling in the
    bloodstream.                                                  Opening devotion and prayer was given by Pastor Steve
   Increased risk of blood clots, trapped blood can
    form clots that can narrow (and sometimes block)              The minutes of the December meeting were presented by
    the arteries. These clots sometimes break off and             Joyce Brunken. A motion was made by Dan Conkling and
    block vessels and the blood supply to different parts         seconded by Chuck Wollman to accept the minutes. The
                                                                  motion passed unanimously.
    of the body. When this happens, heart attacks or
    strokes are often the result.                                 The financial secretary’s report was presented by Roger
                                                                  Gregg. A motion to approve the financial secretary’s report
   Increased plaque build-up. Cholesterol and plaque
                                                                  was made by Dan Conkling and seconded by Doug Auch.
    build-up in the arteries and veins cause the blood
                                                                  The motion passed unanimously.
    flow to become limited or even cut off altogether. As
    this happens, pressure is increased on the rest of the        The treasurer’s report was presented by Joe LaBarge. A
    system, forcing the heart to work harder to deliver           motion to approve the treasurer’s report was made by
    blood to your body. Additionally, if pieces of plaque         Roger Gregg and seconded by Dean Washburn. The
    break off and travel to other parts of the body, or if        motion passed unanimously.
    the build-up completely blocks the vessel, then heart         The check registry was presented by Joe LaBarge. A motion
    attacks and strokes occur.                                    to accept the check registry was made by Dan Conkling and
                                                                  seconded by Chuck Wollman. The motion passed
   Tissue and organ damage from narrowed and
                                                                  unanimously. Joe also stated that Paulette’s transition
    blocked arteries. Ultimately, the arteries and veins
                                                                  doing the bookkeeping was going well.
    on the other side of the blockage do not receive
    enough freshly oxygenated blood, causing tissue               COMMITTEE REPORTS:
    damage.                                                       The ELDER report was presented by Dan Conkling. The
    Increased workload on the circulatory                         elders have been calling members and have sent letters to a
  system. When the arteries are not as elastic                    number of inactive out of town members. They have been
                                                                  having problems finding members to help with the
    because of the build-up of cholesterol or
                                                                  audiovisual projectors. The Seder supper is still being
plaque or because of scarring, the heart pumps                    discussed and they had a lesson on how the smoke alarms
harder to get blood into the arteries. Over time,                 worked. A motion to change Pastor Steve’s vacation to 21
this increased work can result in damage to the                   days and three Sundays was made by Dan Conkling and
                                                                  seconded by Dean Washburn. The motion carried
heart itself. The muscles and valves in the heart                 unanimously. A motion was made by Dan Conkling and
  can become damaged and heart failure can                        seconded by Shellee Heinemeyer to accept the changes in
result. You may not feel that anything is wrong,                  membership. The motion passed unanimously.

The TRUSTEE report was presented by David Mueller. Dave              Inside signage is moving forward. Diagrams have been put
reported a humidifier was placed in the music room to help           up and quotes for room numbers have been asked for.
with the piano. The electronic door by Paulette’s office
                                                                     Randy Anderson presented the Nomination List. A motion
should be fixed soon.
                                                                     to approve the Nomination List given by Randy Anderson
The STEWARDSHIP report was presented by Chad Lacey.                  to present to the voters at the Voter’s Meeting January 15 th,
They had received the proof book of the church directory             2012 was made by Dan Conkling and seconded by Doug
and it has been approved and returned. The directories               Auch. The motion passed unanimously.
should be available somewhere around March 1, 2012.
                                                                     The Nomination List:
The EDUCATION report was presented by Lori Santos. Matt
                                                                     Vice President – Open
Stone’s financial planning 13 week study begins Jan. 15th
with at least 8 families having signed up. The 2 nd session of       Financial Secretary – Roger Gregg
the Truth Project is projected to begin Feb.5th at 5:30 p.m.         Trustee – Dan Liebl
Bible studies have begun. The Sunday school offering for             Education Committee – Sarah Thoms
the upcoming year is designated to go to the Lutheran                Human Care Committee – Sandy Gehl
Malaria Initiative. The Zingers will be bowling on Feb. 12th         Evangelism Committee – Les Kirchner
from 2:30-4:30. The middle school youth (JYG) will have a            Stewardship Committee – Kermit Schamber
Lock In Feb. 10th from 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m., and the high          Preschool Committee – Susan Buxcel
school youth (LYF) will be going on their ski trip Feb. 18th –                  one appointed by John Marquardt
20th.                                                                Endowment Committee – Randy Anderson
                                                                     Elders – Dan Conkling, PR Olson, & open.
The EVANGELISM report was presented by Dean Washburn.
They are working on their 2012 events calendar and getting           NEW BUSINESS:
the Info Center set up. The advertisement in Dex On-Line is
                                                                     Direct deposit for the staff was discussed and tabled at this
being discontinued. The information can be found on our
website and in the yellow pages in print. New member
pictures are still being discussed.                                  The South Dakota District LCMS is hosting Parish
                                                                     Leadership Workshops. The one closest to us will be held in
The HUMAN CARE report was presented by Shellee
                                                                     Sioux Falls, SD, Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. at
Heinemeyer. Food, hats and gloves were collected for the
                                                                     Our Redeemer Lutheran Church. Members and directors
Contact Center during the month of December. They have
                                                                     from the different boards are encouraged to attend.
been working on the grant and the matching challenge
grant.                                                               A motion was made to request $1000.00 from the
                                                                     Endowment Fund for tuition scholarships for the Preschool
The PRESCHOOL report was unavailable. Cheryl Saylor has
                                                                     by Randy Anderson and seconded by Doug Auch. The
tendered her resignation from the committee. John
                                                                     motion passed unanimously.
Marquardt will appoint a replacement during the Voter’s
meeting January 15th.                                                A motion was made by Randy Anderson and seconded by
                                                                     Dean Washburn to reimburse the difference for mileage
PASTER DAVE reported that all the Christmas celebrations
                                                                     back to July 1, 2011 at the rate of 55.5 cents. The motion
were well attended. Confirmation is up and running. He
                                                                     passed unanimously.
will be attending the LCMS Chaplain’s Conference in
February from the 14th to the 17th. The Circuit Forum will be        Roger Gregg made a motion to purchase Christmas gifts of
held at St. John’s on Feb. 6th, 2012. The Stephen Ministry           Yankton Bucks for gifts for St. John’s staff. Chuck Wollman
class has 5 potential members. Pastor Dave thanked                   seconded the motion. The motion passed unanimously.
everyone for their service.                                          New committee training is set for January 31st, at 6 p.m. A
PASTOR STEVE reported that the Christmas program and                 meal will be provided at 5:30.
rehearsals went well. Trivia Night will again be held on Jan.        New officers will be installed on January 22nd, 2012.
21st from 7 to 9 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. There will again
be a silent auction. Anyone wishing to donate items or               John then thanked all the council members for their service
services would be appreciated. This will be a fundraiser for         during the past year.
the youth for a future servant event this summer. Pastor             A motion to adjourn was made by Chad Lacey and
Steve then thanked everyone for their service.                       seconded by Shelley Heinemeyer. The motion passed
OLD BUSINESS:                                                        unanimously.
The Preschool Operational plan is being worked on by                 Closing prayer.
Randy Anderson and is near completion.
                                                                     Respectfully submitted.
The Dream Committee is working with the Financial                    Joyce Brunken, Council Secretary
                                                                     *These minutes were approved by the Church Council on February 14, 2012.

                  ♫ NOTES FOR MARCH ♫
                       Here we are in the Lenten
                        season; Christmas and
                        Epiphany seem so long
                       ago. All thoughts turn to
                     the special music of Lent,
                   Palm Sunday, Maundy
Thursday, Good Friday and Easter (Hallelujah!).
During the coming weeks, there will be many
special services at St. John’s and the choir has a
major part in them. Through music, we have the
privilege of sharing the story of God’s plan of
salvation. We pray always that everything we do is
                                                              Missouri Valley Christian Academy would like to
to His glory!                                                 thank St. John's Lutheran Church for use of the church
We appreciate it so much when fellow members                  for our recent Soup Kitchen. You have a wonderful
say that they were moved by an anthem the choir               facility and we had a great turnout for the fundraiser.
sang. Last Easter some of you said you were                   We will use the funds to continue God's work at the
                                                              school. Thanks so much for your support of Christian
humming along as we sang the “Hallelujah
Chorus”. So then, this year why not join us? We
are singing many of those beautiful selections                Lauren Nelson
again and more singers are welcome!                           Missouri Valley Christian Academy
                                                              (605) 665-4470
This is an invitation to join us as we rehearse for
these special services. There isn’t a lot of time left,                      Membership Changes
so do it now! Surely you will enjoy it! And you,                           Since November, 29, 2011
too, will “Sing with joy to the Lord!”
                                                              GAINS IN MEMBERSHIP
During Lent we rehearse on Wednesdays at 7:40
PM (immediately following the evening Lenten                  TRANSFER INS –
                                                                  Merl Johnson from Peace Lutheran Church of Grand
services). On Wednesday, April 4th, rehearsals will                Island, NE
return to the normal time of 7:00 PM.
Dianne Diekmann                                               LOSSES IN MEMBERSHIP

Director of Music                                             BY RELEASE NON-LUTHERAN
                            PASSOVER SEDER                        Carolyn Golden and baptized children McKenna, Paige,
                                                                    and Ryan to First United Methodist Church of Yankton,
                           A limited number of                      SD
                           tickets are now                    BY DEATH
                           available for the                      Leona Barber who passed away December 31, 2011
                           Passover Seder to be                     and received Christian burial on January 4, 2012.
                           held Sunday, March 25th
                                                                                  Membership was:
at 6 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from the elders
                                                                            Baptized membership – 1277
in the Gathering area between services for                                Communicant membership – 992
$10/person. Come join in St. John’s tradition of
                                                                            Membership now Stands at:
food and fellowship as we enjoy a delicious meal                            Baptized membership – 1272
catered by the Gates’.                                                    Communicant membership – 990
            ST. JOHN’S YOUTH NEWS
                  For march                                                      H.S.
 HS Lite Li†e does not meet in March, due to
   Lenten Services. St. John’s High School
                                                                            For God, who said, “Let

 Youth Wednesdays 7:30-9:00PM will resume                                       light shine out of
                                                                           darkness,” made his light

     Wed April 11th. in the Youth Room.                                    shine in our hearts to give
                                                                                us the light of the
                                                                            knowledge of the glory
                                                                             of God in the face of
                                                                                Christ.” 2 Cor. 4:6
  HS youth will help usher for the 7:00 p.m. Lenten Worship services for the
    remaining Wednesdays of the month, and in April until Easter week.

                           CONFIRMATION SCHEDULE
                        FOR MARCH AND LOOKING AHEAD
                                  TO APRIL.
    Confirmation Test Feb. 29 @ 6:00 PM
    8th Grade Interviews TBA by appointment following the test
    Pics/Rehearsal April 11
    Confirmation Sunday April 15 (7th Grade hosts reception)

                                           Camp Minneboji this year will be held June
                                          17th through June 23rd, 2012, So mark your
                                       The 2012's camp theme will be ARMOR of GOD
                                       "...put on the full armor of God..." from Ephesians 6:13a
                                       We will study Ephesians 6:10-18 as we learn about the armor &
                                       tools that the Lord equips us with to live a life in Him.
                                       Information and registration forms are now available on-line at
                                       www.minneboji.comm! MAKE CHECK OR MONEY ORDER
                                       PAYABLE TO: "Minneboji Lutheran Camp." RETURN
REGISTRATION FORM by June 1 with either the full camp fee of $280.00 or the pre-registration fee of
$150.00. HONORS CAMPERS are to remit the full camp fee of $305.00 or the pre-registration fee of $150.00.
Send forms and fees to: Pastor David Otten, 40201 – 270th Street, Dimock, South Dakota 57331.


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