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Greetings in Christ!


I’m Pastor Kyle Brown.


To share a little about me and my family: I grew up in Hoagland, IN and in High School moved to Marquette, MI, where I graduated. From there I attended IPFW where I graduated with a degree in German. After studying for six months in Germany, I attended seminary at CTSFW in Fort Wayne. I was assigned to St. John’s outside of Columbia City, alongside Brittni, who was studying to become a deaconess. Two years later we were married at the seminary. We spent our first year of married life in Germany, where I studied at our sister seminary in Oberursel. We both continued our education (vicarage for me and internship for Brittni) in the little farm community of Arlington, WI. It’s there we welcomed into the world our first son, Everett (now 6). After one more year of study at the seminary, we were placed in Hobbs, NM. One month later, John Henry (now almost 5) was born. While in southern New Mexico, we welcomed into the world Adelaide (3) and Benjamin (9 mos), before I received the Call to serve the Lord’s house at Martini. We are thrilled to be here with you all and carry out the Lord’s work alongside you. Please know you will be in my prayers continuously.


Please keep us in your prayers also, that all might be done to the glory of God!


His peace be with you all. 

What is LCMS


Question: "What is the Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod (LCMS)?"

Answer: The Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod is a Lutheran denomination located predominantly in the USA. It is the second-largest Lutheran denomination in the USA behind the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA). It was formed in 1847 as the German Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Missouri, Ohio, and Other States. After numerous mergers and separations from other Lutheran synods and congregations, the denomination took on its current name, “Lutheran Church–Missouri Synod,” in 1947. The official website of the LCMS is

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