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Prayer and the Power of Unbelief

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Jesus continues to do miracles by casting out unbelief, cutting through the distractions of the modern world to create faith. We just bring them to Him. ...

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City Animosity

I love the city. More importantly, Jesus loves the city. For when He looks at it, he doesn’t see crime rates, poor parking, cramped square footage, or high taxes. Jesus looks on the city with His foremost quality: compassion. ...

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Summer in the City

LCMS Director of Urban Ministry, Steve Schave, writes about the urban ministry experiences of several vicars in the summer of 2015....

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Holy Week 2015

Where Lent is realized, is in the holiest of weeks, when we are reminded of our Savior's trek into Jerusalem, Gethsemane and Calvary. This remembrance was no different here in Philadelphia....

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When the Light Goes Down in the City

It's hard to believe that a city as great as Philadelphia has been in constant transition for hundreds of years, and will one day be no more. Hebrews 13:14 states: "For here we have no lasting city, but we seek the city that is to come." The 'city that is to come' is the New Jerusalem, or, heaven. ...

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