Lately I have been reading and re-reading Ephesians 6: “11 Put on the full armor of God, so that you can take your stand against the devil’s schemes. 12 For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this… Read More
Lutheran teachers and principals make a difference.
That’s a statement that has been used to encourage the value of Lutheran Schools but more importantly to encourage those incredible folks who commit themselves to teaching the faith. It’s a tremendous responsibility to be a… Read More
Where are the frozen potatoes?!
No yogurt again?
Why is the weekly collection of garbage such a challenge?
Predictions for gas prices now are at the $6.00 level?
Interest rates are closing in on late 1970s numbers?
Have I been transported to be an exile in a different… Read More
Spring break has come and gone but its effect was appreciated. Views of a quiet lake will do much for revitalizing. Spending quiet exclusive time with Dana was much needed and enjoyed. Spring break was a “well visit.”
LCEF’s recent issue of Interest Time centered around church… Read More
Shared with permission from a fellow teacher-
Overheard in another teacher's class today:
Teacher describes a missionary who did years of work to educate villages to literacy, translate the Bible into their language, help build infrastructure, etc...
Student: "Wow, that guy… Read More
Last week, we referenced a recent Focus on the Family broadcast that addressed fear and worry in our kids ( Helping Kids Navigate Worry in Healthy Ways - Focus on the Family). It resonated with me to the point that I offered some personal reflection. I hope it brought about your… Read More