Download Flyer – Click Here Inviting All Lutheran Teachers!Please join us for a first-of-its-kind conference for teachers presented by Lutheran Special Education Ministries. This one-day event brings Lutheran teachers together in an online format for continuing education. WHEN:Monday, August 9, 2021 11:30 am – 4:00 pm EDT(All sessions will be recorded and links to the… Read more »
Accepted Jeff Neuman – Ascension Ft. Wayne – Installed 8-8-2021 Katie Ervin – Ascension Ft. Wayne – Installed 8-8-2021 Grace Coblentz – St. John-Emmanuel Monroeville Commissioned and Installed 8-15-2021 (Tentative) Calls under deliberation Colloquy Andrea Easton – Trinity, Hobart – Commissioned and Installed 8-1-2021 Aaron McPeak – Our Shepherd, Avon – Commissioned and Installed 8-8-2021… Read more »
Thanks to the generosity of the Indiana LWML, Y4Life plans to offer up to 70 grants to high school and college students from the Indiana District. These grants will be to cover a portion of the transportation costs of getting to Washington D.C. for next year’s March for Life. The Y4Life event will be January… Read more »
He looked up to Heaven The gospel for this coming Sunday (Eighth Sunday after Pentecost) is Mark 6:30-44. While much of this reading is about the feeding of the 5000, there are also several shorter narratives. All of these in one way or another help teach powerful lessons for the disciples and us. The opening… Read more »
Jesus’ Name had become known The gospel for this coming Sunday (Seventh Sunday after Pentecost) is Mark 6:14-29. In last week’s gospel Jesus had been rejected in his home town. But he kept on healing and teaching. He also sent his disciples out and they, too, healed and taught. Jesus had been doing his and… Read more »
Greetings, friends in Christ! We hit the ground running this summer, and we’re excited to share the high points with you here! We completed the Facilitators’ Academy last month in Seward, Nebraska. We worked hard, long and late to bring Season 13 participants an exciting, dynamic and intentional workshop curriculum focused on where we’ve been… Read more »
The gospel for this coming Sunday (Fifth Sunday after Pentecost) is Mark 5:21-43.There are two stories in this reading. Both stories center on females, and both mention a span of 12 years; the girls was 12 years old, and the woman had suffered from a hemorrhage for 12 years. (TLSB) As our text begins, Jesus… Read more »
As you navigate toward the start of school, this NY Times update indentifies precautions for children as the Delta variant breaches state borders.