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Nathan Grime

Nathan Grime is from Fort Wayne, Indiana. He is a senior at Hillsdale College studying Rhetoric and Public Address and Journalism. While attending school he also plays the organ for St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Hillsdale, Michigan. He is currently an intern for Concordia Publishing House in the Marketing department.

Recent Posts by Nathan Grime

Hymn of the Month: One Thing’s Needful


How the Season after Pentecost Illustrates the Life of the Church

After the festivals of Pentecost and the Holy Trinity, the Church begins its longest yet perhaps least-celebrated season of the Church Year: the season after Pentecost. What comes at the end of the post-Pentecost calendar is not one of the Church’s grand festivals, but rather, a reminder that the end times are near. In this way, the season after Pentecost reflects the Church’s life as faithful members in Christ.