Mark Muehl

Addressing the Anxiety Problem

In a recent post entitled Three Ways to Relieve Teen Anxiety Today, Tim Elmore provides insights and suggestions for addressing the growing issue of teen anxiety. As usual, Mr Elmore’s article provides observations and input from research and interviews of educators throughout the United States. In this article he notes three major… Read more »

Where Do You Turn

Google? Youtube? A subscribed podcast? Who do we go to when we need answers? When we were young (very young), it was parents. “Mommy, help!” may have been a plea for something to eat or to get out of a troublesome situation. Middle school found a time when parents didn’t have answers… Read more »

Persistence

“I do not like that Sam I am.” “I would not eat them here or there, I would not eat them anywhere.” In Dr. Seuss’s book Green Eggs and Ham, an unnamed person insists that eating green eggs and ham could not and would not ever happen. Not only does he make… Read more »

Trumpets Will Sound

1 Corinthians 15: 51,52- Behold! I tell you a mystery. We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be changed, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet. For the trumpet will sound, and the dead will be raised imperishable, and we shall be changed. Why… Read more »

For You.

It’s personal, isn’t it? It’s not glitzy. It’s not novel in any way. But “for you” are two simple words that make it clear what Jesus is all about and what Holy Week demonstrates.If there is any doubt of Jesus selflessness or any doubt about his total fulfillment of all things for… Read more »

Faithful Focus

The lament of Asaph in Psalm 73 gives us a glimpse of what happens when our eyes turn toward our own success and for measures that are earthly. “For I was envious of the arrogant when I saw the prosperity of the wicked.” What Asaph saw with his eyes were successes and… Read more »

Can Success Fool Us?

Often, adversity strengthens us, while success can fool us. In the Global Leadership Summit of 2018, Rasmus Ankersen (chairman of Danish Football Club Midtjylland), spoke to the struggles of gaining and maintaining success. He shared the assumption that good results come from superior performance. However, this is not a good assumption to… Read more »

Religious Liberty White Paper

The Indiana Non-Public Education Association (INPEA) supports the religious diversity and religious liberties of our member school communities. Every child is an individual, and every student arrives at school with a unique set of abilities, needs, and goals. That’s why the diversity of Indiana’s schools is one of our state’s greatest strengths… Read more »

Open Houses Sunday, January 27

Most of the region’s Lutheran schools will host open houses next Sunday, January 27. From noon-3, schools around the region will open their doors to welcome interested folks to their buildings to share the good news about Lutheran schools.You can help make these open houses successes.1- Invite your friends and neighbors. As… Read more »