Closer to the Day of Our Salvation

What do you think about the new year? Is it something that excites you or is it something you’re not too ready for? Time is constantly moving onward; we feelRead More

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Merry Christmas From Our Family To Yours!!

From our family at Trinity Lutheran Church in Faribault, Minnesota, we wish to send our heartfelt prayers to you and your family that this Christmas celebration gives you peace andRead More

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The Christmas Truce of WW I – December 24, 1914

It is so hard to believe, that in the heat of battle, in one of the most horrific wars the face of this planet has ever seen, civility could breakRead More

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Special Services for Christmas

We’re down to the final week before we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ! What a joyous time! Knowing that God loved us, the totally unworthy sinners, soRead More

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The Christmas Feast

Christmas is coming. It is a joyous time of feasting. The Church feasts upon the Word of God in sermon, song, and sacrament. We hear the proclamation of the messageRead More

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Jesus Came Down on Christmas Day

The Word of the Lord. John 1:14: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from theRead More

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Advent Season Begins!

Please join our Trinity Family as we begin our Advent Season! Advent is the season where we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. During the AdventRead More

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Unwrapping the Gifts – Advent Season Devotions

With the coming of Thanksgiving this week, we also look forward to the Advent season. Advent is where we, as Christians, prepare for the birth of our Lord and Savior,Read More

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Thankful Stewardship

November has come and with it brings cold weather, Thanksgiving, and Trinity’s stewardship focus. I am truly excited about stewardship this year because we will be visited by sons fromRead More

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We Belong to God

Our Father in heaven has claimed us as His own. By the shedding of His Son’s blood, by the His death for our sins and His resurrection for our justification,Read More

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Pastor Paul Rieger - Associate Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

Closer to the Day of Our Salvation

What do you think about the new year? Is it something that excites you or is it something you’re not too ready for? Time is constantly moving onward; we feel it as we age and our bodies groan as our joints get older. St. Paul tells us in Romans 13, “For salvation is nearer to us now than when weRead More


Revel in the birth of the Christ Child!

Merry Christmas From Our Family To Yours!!

From our family at Trinity Lutheran Church in Faribault, Minnesota, we wish to send our heartfelt prayers to you and your family that this Christmas celebration gives you peace and hope. Jesus came as a baby to live among us. To be with us. To teach us. To be a perfect example to us. And, most importantly, to die forRead More


How The Birth Of Christ Brought Together Foes On The Battlefield

The Christmas Truce of WW I – December 24, 1914

It is so hard to believe, that in the heat of battle, in one of the most horrific wars the face of this planet has ever seen, civility could break out, at least for a time. This happened on December 24, 1914, late in the evening when British and German forces, arrayed across from each other in foxholes on theRead More


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Special Services for Christmas

We’re down to the final week before we celebrate the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ! What a joyous time! Knowing that God loved us, the totally unworthy sinners, so much that he sent Jesus to be with us and die for us. He came to us just as any other person. The baby Jesus was special. He lived asRead More


The Lutheran Church — Missouri Synod Stewardship Ministry Newsletter Article: December 2017

The Christmas Feast

Christmas is coming. It is a joyous time of feasting. The Church feasts upon the Word of God in sermon, song, and sacrament. We hear the proclamation of the message of the angels: “Fear not, for behold, I bring you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For unto you is born this day inRead More


Pator Michael Nirva - Senior Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

Jesus Came Down on Christmas Day

The Word of the Lord. John 1:14: “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we have seen his glory, glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.” All other revelries connected to Christmas are a pointless display unless behind them there is an appreciation of the amazing event that Jesus ChristRead More


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Advent Season Begins!

Please join our Trinity Family as we begin our Advent Season! Advent is the season where we prepare to celebrate the birth of our Lord, Jesus Christ. During the Advent season, we have services on Wednesday evenings, starting on December 6, at 5:30 pm Central Time. These mid-week services are focused on the lead-up to the Christmas celebration. We’d inviteRead More


A Brief Advent Devotion for the Family

Unwrapping the Gifts – Advent Season Devotions

With the coming of Thanksgiving this week, we also look forward to the Advent season. Advent is where we, as Christians, prepare for the birth of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. It is a joyous time and one that we very much look forward to each year. This year, we would like to offer the following guide for devotionsRead More


Rev. Paul Rieger - Associate Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

Thankful Stewardship

November has come and with it brings cold weather, Thanksgiving, and Trinity’s stewardship focus. I am truly excited about stewardship this year because we will be visited by sons from our congregation who has moved into the office of Holy Ministry. This month we will have the Reverend Richard Kelm, the Reverend Mark Schulz, and the Reverend Jon Niebuhr leadingRead More


The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod – Stewardship Ministry

We Belong to God

Our Father in heaven has claimed us as His own. By the shedding of His Son’s blood, by the His death for our sins and His resurrection for our justification, God the Father has received us back into His family. By water combined with His Word, promise, and name, the Holy Spirit has taken up residence in us. We belongRead More


Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Faces of the Reformation – Pastor Johannes Bugenhagen

Our final Face of the Reformation is Johannes Bugenhagen, who is famous for two reasons: he was Martin Luther’s pastor and confessor in Wittenberg, and he helped to spread the Reformation truths throughout Northern Germany and Scandinavia. Bugenhagen was born in 1485 in the city of Wolin in the district of Pomerania. He studied at the University of Greifswald andRead More


The Tenets of The Reformation

500th Anniversary of the Lutheran Reformation (1517-2017)

For much of the month of October, we will be commemorating and celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation of the Christian church, begun by Martin Luther, the German priest and theologian in the early 14th century. Recognizing the mercy and grace of our Lord God in bringing to light again the truths of Holy Scripture, we will schedule andRead More


Rev. Dr. Michael Nirva - Senior Pastor

The Importance of Repentance

“When our Lord and Master Jesus Christ said, ‘Repent’(Matthew 4:17), He willed the entire life of believers to be one of repentance,” so wrote Martin Luther in the first of the 95 Theses which he posted on the door of the castle church at Wittenberg. Repentance is probably something to which we do not pay a lot of attention inRead More


Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Faces of the Reformation – Johann Tetzel

For our next installment of our Reformation history, dear readers, you will read about one of the most well known people in the Reformation story and also one of the most unpopular people in the Reformation story! You will read about Johann or Johannes Tetzel. Johann Tetzel was born in 1465 in Pirna, in Saxony, Germany. He attended the UniversityRead More


Pator Paul Rieger - Associate Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

A Life of Learning

Again, a new school year starts. That leads me to think about education and wonder what we’re doing for education. So what are you doing for education? Do you read constantly? Do you watch videos online? Do you find new hobbies to learn new skills? It’s generally a good idea for us to constantly seek to improve ourselves, through learningRead More


Rev. Dr. Michael Nirva - Senior Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

We, the People of God

In Psalm 29:11 David says, “The Lord will give strength to His people; the Lord will bless His people with peace.” Two things are promised the people of God in this verse, strength and peace, and both are very much what people of God need. We do need to note that these two things are promised specifically to those whoRead More


Celebrating the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation

Faces of the Reformation: Jan Hus/John Huss

A 15th-century Bohemian reformer who set the stage for the world-changing reforms of Martin Luther. Born: circa 1373 – Died: July 6, 1415 This month’s Face of the Reformation is about a man who lived more than 150 years before Martin Luther. His name was Jan Hus. Jan Hus was born in a part of what is now the CzechRead More


The Rev. Paul Rieger - Associate Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

The Value of Freedom

As I reflect on the 4th of July, one thing keeps popping up in my mind and that’s the value of freedom. We love freedom in this country. We love it so much we plaster it everywhere, on our cars, on t-shirts, even on our own bodies. Freedom is also a value we have as Christians as we are freeRead More


Rev. Dr. Michael Nirva - Senior Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

Jesus Christ’s Love for Sinners

The Word of the Lord: John 8:11 “Go and sin no more.” This woman of whom John tells us certainly never forgot Jesus words: “Neither do I condemn you; go and sin no more.” Just a little while earlier the adulteress was certain that she was going to be stoned to death. But now every one of her accusers hadRead More


Rev. Dr. Michael Nirva - Senior Pastor - Trinity Lutheran Church

Praying to the Lord with Certain Confidence

Colossians 4:2: Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. The apostle Paul tells Christians to pray on a regular basis. None of the faithful’s prayers will ever go unheard. The door to the Almighty’s presence is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. God does this for each individual Christian. The Lord desires his children to comeRead More


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