News from the ACELC updated

February 28th, 2012 Post by

From the ACELC Board of Directors:


Dear Friends,

We just wanted to drop you a short note advising you that all of the 2012 Conference Sermons and the Table Talk sessions from our recently concluding Theological Conference have now been posted on our website. In addition, the final posting of the papers presented at this Conference has also been completed. In addition, we are feverishly working on some short videos for release via YouTube, and when these have been completed we will forward information to you about those as well.

If you support the work of the ACELC, Please continue to pray for our work, and as you are able, please consider supporting us, either by making a donation, by joining as either an Associate or Congregational member, reading and responding to our Blog, friending us on our Facebook page, leaving comments on our Facebook page, and certainly be encouraging others with whom you have contact to join us in this conversation as we seek to be faithful to our callings as pastors and congregations of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod.

Yours In Christ’s Service,
ACELC Board of Directors



It’s hard to believe, but the three DVD video set featuring all the presentations, “table talk” sessions and sermons from our Theological Conference in held Lincoln, Nebraska February 7-9 is now available for purchase from the Lutheran Catechetical Society (you can find it at the bottom of the page). In addition, so that you can see the quality of this presentation, we have also posted a short video featuring some of the highlights from this Conference on the homepage of the ACELC Website.

Your Servants For Christ’s Sake,
ACELC Board of Directors

Exerpts From the 2012 Theological Conference on the Lord’s Supper

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  1. A Beggar
    March 1st, 2012 at 21:37 | #1

    Thank you to all of these faithful pastors!

  2. March 4th, 2012 at 00:49 | #2

    Great conference, great hospitality, and great worship service in the presence of God and a great bunch of believers. I learned more about communion in the first hours than I have in the past 20 years.

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