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Sunday Worship Service @ 10:00 am


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Abiding Peace is located on South Randall Road in Elgin, across from Meijer. From Randall Road, turn west on College Green Drive. Then take the first left which leads into our parking lot.

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Abiding Peace is a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS)

Encouragement for Daily Living 

Faith Related Q and A
» Many times as I am riding my motorcycle through the countryside, I talk to God and thank him for the beauty of his wonderful creation: the beautiful blue skies, the majestic clouds, the rolling landscapes, the green crops in the fields, and even the wonderful smells in the fresh air of the countryside. These are little things that are often overlooked when traveling by four wheels, and I thank God for them as I am riding on my motorcycle. Is it okay to talk/pray to God in this manner or should our prayers and conversations with God be more formal with our heads bowed, eyes closed and our hands folded? Thank you.
» My question is more of a concern, I guess. In the last six years or so a lot of things have happened in my marriage as well as losing a parent I helped care for. I have fallen away from church. I used to feel a draw to God, but lately I don't feel a whole lot. My husband is handicapped and real negative about things. My Mom and the rest of my family fell apart when Dad died. It was like he was the glue that kept everything together. My question is: I am scared that maybe God has given up on me because of the negative path I have been following. I get angry so easily and just don't want to do much anymore. I am seeing a doctor for depression. But I am more concerned with my relationship with God. I want to make him happy and live my life for him, but life just seems to keep getting in the way of that. Help me if you can. Thanks.
» Does the Lutheran Church have a position on "private revelations?" I am thinking of Lourdes, Fatima, etc., in Roman Catholicism. As I understand from researching various websites, even when the Roman Catholic Church "approves" an occurrence, it only means it (the revelation or event) contains nothing contrary to the faith. But no one is required to believe the particulars of the occurrence. Does the Lutheran Church hold out the possibility of any private revelations or have any process for investigating?
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