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2013 LCMS Convention–“Baptized for this Moment”

I’ve been down at the LCMS convention a few times over the course of the last several days, and I took some pictures, both when I was volunteering, and when I took the children to see what it was all about.

The convention is being held at America’s Center (which is attached to the Edwards Jones Dome),  in downtown St. Louis. I had never been there before…the building is huge!

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Lots of signage in and around the building announcing the convention:

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The registration area (the calm before the storm!):

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Lots of Lutherans!

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It was a little strange worshipping in a convention center for the Opening Service:

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But it was wonderful seeing so many pastors vested for the service!

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KFUO has been broadcasting live from the convention:

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I brought the children with a few specific things in mind that I wanted them to see. We peeked inside halls one and two, where all of the work is being done:

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We spent a lot of time in the exhibit hall:

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The CPH “table” was the overwhelming favorite, partly because it was the biggest one there, and partly because they all remembered that Daddy used to work there!

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The children were also excited to get to write notes of encouragement to missionaries:

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They also liked seeing the banners that were made by school children to decorate the main convention center hall:

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Of course, I had to take a pictures of all of the children there!

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When we got home, we all put on our temporary tattoos:

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I’m so glad that the convention was in St. Louis this year, so that the children could see their church body at work!

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  1. […] rare, but very appreciated, treat! While we were there, Turkey got beaked! I volunteered at the LCMS convention, and then took the children back to see it in action. We also finally visited the Gateway Arch […]

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