Mark Muehl

Sign, sign, everywhere a sign

5 dedicated team members. 1,000 delivery miles. 342 stops. 375 deserving saints. It started out as a crazy idea. A wonderful, crazy idea. Let’s put a sign in every teacher, administrator and pastor’s front yard to let them know we love them and appreciate all they do for their students, churches and… Read more »

Big Thanks

This last quarter of the school year best never leave our memory. We now have phrases that have been embedded in our heads - social distancing, new normal and Zoom. But, we also have been given seeds of doubt and fear. Who can I trust? Where can I go for confident information… Read more »

Peace... Completely

“Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. “ 1 Thess 5:23 “Peace is not absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means.” —Ronald Reagan… Read more »

Moving to Home Base

Practicing social distancing is an important part of slowing the spread of COVID-19, and out of love for those who are vulnerable, and a great appreciation for those who work in healthcare, I do it gladly. I am thankful to be able to be “home based” with my children.Yet while practicing social… Read more »

Security Check

Health. Happiness. Employment. Family. Friends. We expect these things We find security in these things. Present circumstances are rattling our security. COVID19 fears abound. Fear has threatened happiness. We miss our friends and family. We fear the loss of our health and others health. Choose to look away from these threats, these… Read more »

Face to Face in the Days of Home Based

Navigating the rapid changes for schools in the last few weeks has been a tremendous job for administrators and teachers. While some of our schools had participated in e-learning in the past, not all had experience with delivering instruction in this way. Extended remote learning is also very different from a few… Read more »

Peace

Holy Week is upon us and the certainty of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection is in grand contrast to the news of the day. As we experience a sense of fear and uncertainty even more than 9/11 and as the unknown is shared with non-stop urgency, we are facing the reality of not… Read more »

Feeding Minds and Bodies

When the decision to move schooling to a home-based model was made recently, one of the first concerns of some educators was not for the academic or social needs of students, but for their physical needs. Many families count on school lunches for one meal per day for their children, and some… Read more »

Donors Want to Know and THEY WANT TO HELP

While not “as usual”, business is still moving forward at TLSP! Instead of monthly in-person meetings with principals and guest presenters, even now we are hosting weekly Zoom meetings with all 19 schools and today’s guest- Cross Connections… (yes, that is me taking the picture in the top row.) Donors are moving… Read more »