IN-KY Lutheran Schools

Devotion from Euguene Brunow – March 18, 2024

We wish to See Jesus This coming Sunday is Palm Sunday. The gospel reading is John 12:12-43. There are several sub-texts in these verses. The first of these sub-themes is the Triumphal Entry. Here we find a large crowd, many of who had been present at the raising of...

7th Annual FROG HOP FIVE 5K run/walk

Get Hopping!  Registration is Open! The 7th annual "Frog Hop Five"  5k run/walk, sponsored by Trinity, Goodland (in memory of Pastor and Randi Mueller's son, Levi, and grandson, Jackson), is coming Saturday, April 20, starting at 8:30 a.m. (CDT).  Online registration...

You Can’t Screw It Up!

God has put eternity into man’s heart, yet so that he cannot find out what God has done from the beginning to the end. There is nothing better for man than to be joyful and to do good as long as he lives, and that everyone should eat and drink and take pleasure in all...

Livestream Call Day 2024 at CTSFW & CSL

We are excited about the upcoming assignment and call services at both Concordia Theological Seminary - Fort Wayne and Concordia Seminary - St. Louis.  The services will be held April 24-25.  At these services, vicarage and deaconess internships will be assigned, and...

Devotion from Euguene Brunow – March 11, 2024

Servant Leadership The gospel for this coming Sunday (Fifth Sunday in Lent) is Mark 10:35-45. In this coming week’s gospel, James and John are seeking special places of honor. But, they are not alone. Verse 41 tells us the other 10 were “indignant.” They probably also...

Worker Wellness and Healthy Wholeness

I've just spent several days meeting with a number of my fellow district presidents and other representatives from over twenty of our LCMS districts, all gathered together for the purpose of discussing and discovering ways that we can best care for and support the...

Devotion from Euguene Brunow – March 4, 2024

God’s Love Our gospel lesson for this coming Sunday (Fourth Sunday in Lent) is John 3:14-21. The lesson really begins with verse one of John 3. John 3:1-21 comprises the well-known conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus. It has rightly been said that John 3:1-21...

Summer Camp 2024!

Summer Camp is right around the corner and it’s a place where children and adults get to experience not only tons of fun, but also the wonder of God’s love and creation. It can also be an opportunity for children to develop self-confidence, leadership skills, identity...

The Remembrance of the Lord

Those who follow the LSB Daily Lectionary (also used in the Treasury of Daily Prayer) recently heard the story of the Flood from Genesis. At the beginning of chapter 8, “God remembered Noah and all the beasts and all the livestock that were with him in the ark.” And...