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Pastor Appreciation Month: Why Chaplains Are So Important at Concordia

October 22, 2013

Did you know October is Pastor Appreciation Month? In recognition, Deaconesses Jackie Duke and Elsa Mauritz put together the following post on why our chaplains are so important at Concordia. Take a look, leave a comment if you like - and then go and thank your pastor! :)

Concordia Lutheran Ministries has a great treasure in its midst: Concordia is blessed to have a number of ordained Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) chaplains who are fully equipped to serve the spiritual needs of the Concordia residents and their families.

Why are these chaplains so valuable to Concordia?

  • The process that leads to the ordination of a LCMS pastor is vigorous and thorough:

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