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COVID19 is ______________. There are plenty of descriptions that can be put into that blank... and none of them would be kind! COVID19 has ruined businesses, caused major upheavals in ways of life and challenged the very society that we have enjoyed. Families have experienced… Read More

My Plea

Posted on Mar 29, 2021 by Mark Muehl - Lutheran Spirit - Christian Living

April 5-12. Holy Week 2020. Do you remember it? We had just begun “hunkering down” responding to the authorities who were seeking to protect us from the dreaded COVID19 virus. There was a lot of fear. There was a lot of uncertainty. And we were stuck in our homes.As faithful… Read More

Sent to Serve Enthusiastically

Posted on Feb 08, 2021 by Mark Muehl - Lutheran Spirit - Quality Education

What reasons do you hear for lack of attending or lack of support of Lutheran schools? Too expensive? Too risky? Doesn’t address my child’s needs. Hypocritical. Not a priority. Just too hard to justify the cost. Parents who inquire of a Lutheran school or choose to leave a… Read More

Sent to Serve through The Call

Posted on Jan 25, 2021 by Mark Muehl - Lutheran Spirit

Called. It’s a term that has various meanings in the Church. As Lutheran schools and their churches enter the season of calling teachers within our schools, consider the following calls as schools seek the servants needed to minister to the kids in the school’s care- *Called to… Read More

Fear Not

Posted on Dec 21, 2020 by Mark Muehl - Lutheran Spirit

We’ve heard “Fear Not” quite a bit this year. In our encouraging inaugural fundraising event including a plea to be Bold and Without Fear. “Fear Not” has been a recurring theme. Rightly so! It’s been a year of fear. Fear of illness and death. Fear of the unknown. Fear of loss.… Read More

Mask Up

Posted on Nov 23, 2020 by Mark Muehl - Lutheran Spirit

It’s the battlecry of COVID19. Mask up for your neighbor, for your family, for yourself. Cloth masks, surgical masks, N95 masks and face shields all have found their way into our decision making of obeying the mandate. During the short history of this pandemic, there has been… Read More

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