May 2022 Issue

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May 2022 Issue

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Unstoppable

The Lake Union has a rich youth ministry history that goes all the way back to 1879 when Luther Warren and Harry Fenner, ages 14 and 17, gathered together for prayer in Hazelton, Michigan, to establish the Adventist Missionary Youth Society.

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Connecting to serve

Currently, the Wisconsin Conference Constituency theme is “Connecting to Serve.”

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Collaboration in mission

As the Lake Union Conference (LUC) Treasury Department reflects on this past quinquennium, one phase captures our engagement with our five local conferences—Collaboration in Mission.

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For the record books

What’s the fuss between numbers and spirituality? Sometimes there is this contention that counting numbers of people in church attendance, membership and baptisms is not compatible with spirituality.

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Together in mission: I will go

I once heard a guest lecturer at a preaching seminar. At the conclusion of his presentation, there was a time for Questions and Answers. One of the attendees asked if his church had a mission statement.

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Speaking the truth in love

During the past quinquennium, we have continued to do our best to protect the members of the Lake Union and our family of conferences in the exercise of their rights to religious freedom.

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Mission is central

Just prior to His ascension our Lord gave a clear command to His church: Go and make disciples of all nations (Matt. 28:19).

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Fulfilling the gospel commission

Over the past five years, we have seen dramatic changes in the United States. There is increasing agitation within the natural world and the conflict within societies and amongst nations is not getting any better.

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To be like Jesus

I am happy to submit this report on behalf of the Lake Region Conference, which experienced the presence and power of God in amazing ways over the course of the quadrennium.

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Advancing the gospel

As we take a look back over the past five years, the Lake Union Information Systems Department was involved in a number of key projects:

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150 Years together in mission

As is true across the Lake Union, much has happened in the Indiana Conference since 2016.

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Following Jesus Faithfully

Jesus said, Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men (Matt. 4:19).

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Imparting a knowledge of God

The Education Department is privileged to serve 73 Lake Union PreK‒12 schools and early childhood programs which are centers of learning and evangelism.

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Telling God's Stories

Our Communication Department started the quinquennium in 2016 focused on continuing the rich legacy of Lake Union Herald magazine.

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World changers made here.

In 1874, Andrews University opened its doors as Battle Creek College, the first higher education institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Since that time, Andrews University always has believed there is a distinct purpose to be found in the context of God’s global mission for His children.

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Extending the healing ministry of Jesus

These past five years have been particularly challenging as together we have battled the COVID-19 pandemic, but our people have pulled together to keep everyone safe and provide important resources to each other, our patients and our community.

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Walking by faith

Dr. Youngjoo Kim was six years old when she personally experienced the existence and the abounding love of God.

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