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Blessings and Thank You, Times Two!

On December 31, two of the friendly faces from the Indiana District office staff retired. We give thanks for the accumulated 73 years of service of Jan Koenig and Nancy Losher. These two ladies faithfully served the people and congregations of the district and saw...

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Welcome to Our New Administrative Assistant, Kirsten

Kirsten Bohnke is the new administrative assistant at the Indiana District office in Fort Wayne. As a member of Emmaus Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Kirsten enjoys being a part of the Handbell and Adult choirs. In her free time, she enjoys reading and catching up on...

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God’s Son Became Flesh!

And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. (John 1:14a) The Son of God did not simply appear to be human, nor did He merely possess a human body, but the Son of God actually became a human. However this is not how the Apostle John was inspired to write it.  John...

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Devotion from Eugene Brunow 12- 20 – 2021

My Eyes have Seen Your Salvation The gospel for this coming Sunday (First Sunday after Christmas) is Luke 2:22-40. This text is the story of the Presentation of baby Jesus at the Temple and the return to Nazareth. Besides Jesus, Mary and Joseph there are two important...

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Devotion from Eugene Brunow 12-13-2021

The Power of Jesus The gospel for this coming Sunday (Fourth Sunday in Advent) is Luke 1:39-45. This reading is a narrative of when Mary went to visit Elizabeth while both were pregnant. As Mary greeted Elizabeth, the baby (John the Baptist) leapt in Elizabeth’s womb....

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Nominations for LEA Educator Awards due Dec 19!

Nominations are being sought for 14 national Lutheran educator awards, with the December 19 deadline coming soon!  Please encourage your educators to nominate deserving candidates from their schools and beyond.  Membership in LEA is not required.  I would also courage...

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The Coming One

John the Baptist has sent us to you, saying, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?’ (Luke 7:20) The Christ of the Old Testament, the Savior promised to fallen man, was given many titles and names in the numerous prophecies penned by God’s...

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Youth Ministry

Blessings and Thank You, Times Two!

On December 31, two of the friendly faces from the Indiana District office staff retired. We give thanks for the accumulated 73 years of service of Jan Koenig and Nancy Losher. These two ladies faithfully served the people and congregations of the district and saw...

read more

Welcome to Our New Administrative Assistant, Kirsten

Kirsten Bohnke is the new administrative assistant at the Indiana District office in Fort Wayne. As a member of Emmaus Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Kirsten enjoys being a part of the Handbell and Adult choirs. In her free time, she enjoys reading and catching up on...

read more

God’s Son Became Flesh!

And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. (John 1:14a) The Son of God did not simply appear to be human, nor did He merely possess a human body, but the Son of God actually became a human. However this is not how the Apostle John was inspired to write it.  John...

read more

Devotion from Eugene Brunow 12- 20 – 2021

My Eyes have Seen Your Salvation The gospel for this coming Sunday (First Sunday after Christmas) is Luke 2:22-40. This text is the story of the Presentation of baby Jesus at the Temple and the return to Nazareth. Besides Jesus, Mary and Joseph there are two important...

read more

Devotion from Eugene Brunow 12-13-2021

The Power of Jesus The gospel for this coming Sunday (Fourth Sunday in Advent) is Luke 1:39-45. This reading is a narrative of when Mary went to visit Elizabeth while both were pregnant. As Mary greeted Elizabeth, the baby (John the Baptist) leapt in Elizabeth’s womb....

read more

Nominations for LEA Educator Awards due Dec 19!

Nominations are being sought for 14 national Lutheran educator awards, with the December 19 deadline coming soon!  Please encourage your educators to nominate deserving candidates from their schools and beyond.  Membership in LEA is not required.  I would also courage...

read more

The Coming One

John the Baptist has sent us to you, saying, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?’ (Luke 7:20) The Christ of the Old Testament, the Savior promised to fallen man, was given many titles and names in the numerous prophecies penned by God’s...

read more

Family Ministry

Blessings and Thank You, Times Two!

On December 31, two of the friendly faces from the Indiana District office staff retired. We give thanks for the accumulated 73 years of service of Jan Koenig and Nancy Losher. These two ladies faithfully served the people and congregations of the district and saw...

read more

Welcome to Our New Administrative Assistant, Kirsten

Kirsten Bohnke is the new administrative assistant at the Indiana District office in Fort Wayne. As a member of Emmaus Lutheran Church, Fort Wayne, Kirsten enjoys being a part of the Handbell and Adult choirs. In her free time, she enjoys reading and catching up on...

read more

God’s Son Became Flesh!

And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us. (John 1:14a) The Son of God did not simply appear to be human, nor did He merely possess a human body, but the Son of God actually became a human. However this is not how the Apostle John was inspired to write it.  John...

read more

Devotion from Eugene Brunow 12- 20 – 2021

My Eyes have Seen Your Salvation The gospel for this coming Sunday (First Sunday after Christmas) is Luke 2:22-40. This text is the story of the Presentation of baby Jesus at the Temple and the return to Nazareth. Besides Jesus, Mary and Joseph there are two important...

read more

Devotion from Eugene Brunow 12-13-2021

The Power of Jesus The gospel for this coming Sunday (Fourth Sunday in Advent) is Luke 1:39-45. This reading is a narrative of when Mary went to visit Elizabeth while both were pregnant. As Mary greeted Elizabeth, the baby (John the Baptist) leapt in Elizabeth’s womb....

read more

Nominations for LEA Educator Awards due Dec 19!

Nominations are being sought for 14 national Lutheran educator awards, with the December 19 deadline coming soon!  Please encourage your educators to nominate deserving candidates from their schools and beyond.  Membership in LEA is not required.  I would also courage...

read more

The Coming One

John the Baptist has sent us to you, saying, ‘Are you the one who is to come, or shall we look for another?’ (Luke 7:20) The Christ of the Old Testament, the Savior promised to fallen man, was given many titles and names in the numerous prophecies penned by God’s...

read more