May 17, 2020
Issue 697




He is risen! He is risen indeed! Alleluia!

Our Living Hope is something that attracts the attention of those around us! Jesus is alive in our lives and this fact changes the very way in which we live and the relationships we have with others. Today, Peter reminds us of this when he says, “in your hearts regard Christ the Lord as holy, always being prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you; yet do it with gentleness and respect” (1 Peter 3:15-16 ESV). This weekend at International Lutheran Church we are strengthened in our gentle Christian witness that we make each day as we live in a hope that has prepared us for this very hour!




A link will be sent out on Sunday morning to connect you to the Sunday online worship service.

Prior to Sunday worship, an opportunity to get together virtually to study God’s Word is our Sunday Morning Bible Class. A word from Pastor Carl: The season of Easter is a unique time when the church reads from the Acts of the Apostles, or what is sometimes simply called the New Testament book of Acts. As we read these first sermons and actions of the Apostles and see the response – both the many who came to faith in Jesus but also the rejection and even persecution that arose, the Holy Spirit is the one who is on the move calling women and men to faith in their Savior. The Resurrection of Jesus from the dead, a crucified Redeemer, is the central message of the church then and now.

Here is a link to that online meeting room, led by Pastor Carl.




On Wednesday nights, Pastor Carl is leading a study of 1 Peter, focusing on questions such as ‘How are Christians supposed to live in the world today? The resurrection happened, but what does it mean for me? What kind of God do we have and why should we have faith in Him?’ 

Here is the link to the online meeting room for Wednesday Night Bible Class.















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Seoul, Korea 04417


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