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Debbie Baldwin

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I was born and raised in Whittier, California.  My grade school was Trinity Lutheran School, a Public High School, and came to Missouri to attend St. Paul's College in Concordia, Missouri. That is where I met my husband of 45 years.  We have 3 children, 7 grandchildren (of which 3 are triplet girls), and one great-granddaughter.

Places I have worked are: Mutual Ticket Agency in Los Angeles; Community Blood Bank receptionist in KC; ABC Bookkeeping and Tax Service; H&R Block;  Internal Revenue Service.

I retired from IRS as Supervisor, January 31, 2014, after 28 years. I received the Gallatin award for service.  

I am currently employed as Church Secretary with Peace Lutheran Church.

I have been a member of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod my entire life. I have seen many changes.  Change is good when you accept the challenges, go with the flow, and move forward with God's plan to touch and reach people with his word.  It can be sad to leave behind tradition and old ways that are familiar and a comfort to us. Even though music, hymnals, fashion, groups, activities, and decor continually change; I am assured that the foundation of the church will not change, the inerrant Word of God.

For You, O Lord, are my hope, my trust, O Lord, from my youth.  Psalm 71:5

 
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    SUNDAY BIBLE STUDY – 9:45 AM

    STUDY OF THE BOOK OF Revelation

    The author of Revelation mentioned his name, John, four times throughout the book (Revelation 1:1, 4, 9; 22:8). Christians throughout history have given almost unanimous affirmation to the identity of the book’s author as John the apostle, who had been exiled to the island of Patmos by the authorities for preaching the gospel in Asia. Usually, when people mention the book of Revelation, they immediately think about judgment. And without a doubt, much judgment occurs in the book. However, Revelation does not end with judgment. Instead, it provides a striking bookend for the entire Bible, which begins in Paradise and ends in Paradise. More than judgment on the evildoers, Revelation is a book about hope for the faithful in Christ.

     

    WEDNESDAY BIBLE STUDY – 4:00 PM

    STUDY OF THE BOOK OF 1 & 2 Kings

     

     

    THURSDAY ONLINE BIBLE STUDY

    STUDY OF THE BOOK OF Esther

    The story of Queen Esther is one of the Bible’s most dramatic – a new young queen, an evil adviser to the king, a king prone to fits of rage, and a big dilemma for Esther! The basic plot summary is this: King Artaxerxes gets very angry as his queen, Vashti, and banishes her. Esther is book number 17 in the Old Testament of the Bible. It contains 10 chapters. The author of the Book of Esther is unknown.  Esther was the queen of Ahasuerus (Xerxes) and the daughter of Abihail, a Benjamite. Esther appears in the Bible as a  “Queen of Persia” and "woman of deep piety, faith, courage, patriotism, and caution.  

  • Did You Know?

     

     

     

    We have created a

    Prayer Planner Page

    in the Bulletin.

    This comes from the "Pray for Us Calendar" on the LCMS Website

     

    The Calendar is posted next to the

    "Prayer of Peace"

    with a list of our Friends and Loved ones that need our Prayer.  You can tear both out and refer to them daily.

     

    Also, if you look in the Narthex on the Bulletin Board, we have posted the Missionary Suggested Prayer list of Individuals.  The prayer profiles are designed for those who wish to pray for LCMS missionaries and personnel.  These profiles give information about their families, their ministry, and prayer needs.

     

     

     

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