Jesus says that the bread he gives for the life of the world is his flesh, and whoever eats this bread has eternal life now and will be raised on the last day. In Ephesians Paul tells us what this life Jesus gives us looks like, this life we live as those marked with the seal of the Holy Spirit in baptism. We live in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us. The whole purpose of life is giving yourself for the other.
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First Lutheran Church of The Trinity's annual Jesus and Justice Day-Camp is coming soon. Details are coming, but what we can tell you now is that there will be fun games, good food, fascinating speakers, and campfire worship every evening.
Features will include: stunt kites, kites for sale, free paper kites, activities for kids in Palmisano and McGuane Parks, tours of the native plants and migratory birds in Palmisano, catch and release fishing, a scavenger hunt and more. Admission as always is FREE.