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EMPLOYMENT


VIBRANT, MEDIUM-SIZED (solid 170 average in worship) ELCA congregation seeks dynamic ELCA- rostered senior pastor. St. Paul’s is a welcoming con- gregation in the Delaware university town of Newark. We are blessed with a gifted, multigenerational mem- bership, beautiful facilities, a church-owned pre- school and a newly completed, intentional transition process during which we’ve identifi ed our mission plan and the implementation goals. Do you take great joy in preaching and teaching? Do you have proven skills in working with people and developing leader- ship? Would you like to be in the middle of a vibrant community, nestled in the heart of the East Coast? Come, help us develop disciples in our congregation to grow our youth and family ministries, broaden our welcome ministries and music outreach, and take our congregation to the next step! If interested, contact Gordon Simmons at gsimmons@demdsynod.org.


ELCA GLOBAL MISSION POSITIONS OF INTEREST TO ALL


CHRISTOPH PACCARD BELL FOUNDRY: specializ- ing in the fi nest cast bronze bells, electronic carillon systems, sales, repair, restoration and maintenance. (800) 849-6670. www.christophpaccard.com.


MULTICULTURAL WORD AND SACRA- MENT MINISTRY in Bemidji, with 20-30 homeless Christs in our nave each night. See us on FB: PEOPLES CHURCH, ELCA.


FREE BIBLES in giant print, audio and braille for the blind and sight impaired. Contact Lutheran Braille Evangelism at 651-426-0469 or www.lbea.org.


QUILTERS—60” BONDED BATTING ideal for mis- sion quilts; 60”-wide BROADCLOTH in 6 colors. Oklee Quilting Supply—for brochure, samples or to order 800-777-7403; www.okleequiltinginc.com


RECOVERY WORSHIP AMERICA—start a wor- ship ministry for the unchurched in the 12 step community. We discovered a format they love. These people are hungry for spirituality but down on religion. Email Paul at brunsberg@loretel.net


BIRGER SANDZEN OR OTHER COLLECTIBLE PAINT- INGS wanted by museum. Single pieces or collec- tions and estates. Nelson Museum, 1714 Carey Ave., Cheyenne, WY 82001. Tele 1-307-631-7674.


REAL ESTATE


BEAUTIFUL SUN CITY TEXAS! Relocate to an out- standing active senior community north of Aus- tin, TX. New/resale homes in Sun City and area. Contact resident/sales associate Ray Bethke with Vantage Realty: 512-635-6331; 512- 931-0920; email raybethke@suddenlink.net.


2016 OPPORTUNITIES with Dec. 15 application deadline: • Hyderabad, India: Professor of Christian theology.


• N’gaoundere, Cameroon: Resident mis- sionary–Evangelical Lutheran Church in Cameroon.


• Kumamoto, Japan: ESL teachers for Lutheran, middle and high, schools.


• Medan, Indonesia: Professor of practical theology, Ph.D. required.


• Bratislava, Slovakia: Pastor–Bratislava Inter- national Church.


• Makumira, Tanzania: Lecturer in systematic or practical theology at Tumaini University, Ph.D. Required.


• Managua, Nicaragua: Visitor logistics– Spanish required–URGENT.


Central Europe Global Teach Opportunity: Ten English language teachers are needed in Hun- gary, Slovakia and Poland for 2016-17 school year. Application closes Feb. 28, 2016.


Thailand Global Teach Opportunity: Serve alongside Thai teachers in a classroom setting, bridging cultural gaps through language instruc- tion. Rolling application.


Lutheran Global Health Volunteers: The ELCA is looking for health-care professionals for short- term volunteer work accompanying companion hospitals in Tanzania, Liberia and India. Priorities include: Medical Doctors (Internists), General Surgeons, Radiology, Anesthesiology, Nursing Instructors, and Information System Consultants.


See our website for more information and other opportunities: www.elca.org/en/Careers/ Global-Service-Opportunities


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STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCULATION Publication Title: The Lutheran Publication No. 322-080 Filing Date: Oct. 21, 2015 Frequency: Monthly, 12 issues published annually Annual Subscription Price: $19.95 Mailing Address of Office of Publication and General Business Office of Publisher: Augsburg Fortress, 510 S. Marquette St., Suite 800, Minneapolis, MN 55402 (Hennepin County) Full Name and Complete Mailing Address of Editor: Daniel J. Lehmann, 8765 W. Higgins Rd., Chicago, IL 60631 Managing Editor: Julie B. Sevig Owner: Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, 8765 W. Higgins Rd., Chicago, IL 60631 Nonprofit Organization Authorized To Mail at Special Rates: The purpose, function and nonprofit status of this organization and the exempt status for federal income tax purposes has not changed during pre- ceding 12 months Issue Date for Circulation Data Below: September 2015


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preceding 12 months


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f. Total Distribution


g. Copies not Distributed h. Total


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164,207 107


164,314 89.15%


162,539 140,210 17,961 17,398


158,178 0


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single issues published near filing date


Deaths Continued from page 45


Reppe, the Rev. Paul D., 87, Zumbrota, MN; Oct. 12. Calls: Trinity, Madelia; Central Free- born, Freeborn; North Freeborn, Clarks Grove; Wanamingo, Wanamingo; Stordahl, Zumbrota, all MN.


Settlage, the Rev. A. Craig, 73, Bradenton, FL; Oct. 21. Calls: Savior Divine, Palos Hills; dir. for candidacy & assoc. exec. dir., ELCA Division for Ministry; dir. for rostered and authorized min- istries, ELCA Vocation and Education; dir. of mission support, ELCA Mission Advancement, Chicago, all IL. (See page 13).


Stadler, the Rev. Glen D., 76, Toledo, OH; Oct. 22. Calls: St. Paul, Newark; Our Savior, Colum- bus; St. John, Perrysville; Fifth, Springfield; Bethany, Toledo, all OH.


Stone, the Rev. Paul R., 80, Brier, WA; Oct. 6. Calls: St. Paul, Brooklyn; Holy Comforter, Bronx; counselor/faculty, Ramapo Counseling Center, New York, all NY; dir./counselor, New Mexico Interfaith Counseling & Education Service, Santa Fe, NM; counselor, Pastoral Counseling Center, Wenatchee; counselor, Lutheran Social Services of Washington Life Enrichment Center, Bremerton, WA.


Thompson, the Rev. Lewis J., 61, pastor of Osseo, Osseo, WI; Sept. 29 of cancer. Call: Our Savior, Bloomer, WI.


Walker, the Rev. Howard M., 88, Joliet, IL; Sept. 27. Calls: St. Paul, Narrowsburg; Memo- rial Chapel, Rock City; Third, Rhinebeck; Atonement, Oneonta; Zion, Syracuse, all NY; Botschaft, Mt. Pleasant Mills; St. Peter, Free- burg, both PA; First, Joliet, IL.


Walker, the Rev. Jan C., 84, Breinigsville, PA; Oct. 18. Calls: Air Force chaplain; St. John, Mel- rose Park; asst. to the bishop, LCA Northeast- ern Pennsylvania Synod, both PA; Holy Trinity, Akron, OH.


Youngquist, the Rev. Theodore A., 92, Brook- field, WI; Oct. 1. Calls: St. Paul, Sacramento, CA; Holy Trinity, Akron, OH; First, Cedar Rapids, IA; campus pastor, Midland College, Fremont, NE; Faith Glen Ellyn, IL; Mt. Zion, Wauwatosa, WI.


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