Funding the Mission

Perhaps the 7 Lean Years are Here

Endowment Definitions: A fund subject to a requirement that the principal is maintained intact and invested to create an ongoing source of income for an organization. Current donations keep the doors open, but endowments build long-term foundations.If you want shade today, plant a tree 20 years ago.Proverbs 30:25: “Ants are creatures of… Read more »

“Without Fear”

The day is drawing closer for TLSP’s inaugural VIP Signature Event, Boldly ad without Fear.”This event will occur in the concourse level of Parkview Field, Thursday, September 3, 2020 from 5:30-9:30 PM. At that time, we will hear from the Rev Dr Gregory Seltz. His message is sure to resonate as he… Read more »

Survive and Thrive

Determining one’s own truth- sexuality, life issues, morality. Who would have ever thought that one would argue about being male and female, challenge the intrinsic value of life itself (in the unborn or aging) or even suggest that reality changes by how one feels from one minute to another? Consistency? Standards? Principles… Read more »

Be a VIP!

It’s coming very soon- The Lutheran School Partnership’s first ever fundraising event, Very Important Partnerships (VIP). As a reader of this post, you are one of our VIPs as you value Lutheran education and follow the activities of TLSP. As a VIP, we enjoy your support through prayers, interest in TLSP and… Read more »

Thank a Billion, Mr. & Mrs. Volunteer

We recently celebrated Volunteer Week. Please allow me to say Thanks. Thank you. Wow! Great Work! I am guessing that most of you reading this post is, or has been, a volunteer. Maybe it was helping your church decorate for Christmas. Or helping out during Vacation Bible School. Maybe you are an… Read more »

How Does $5 turn into $Billions?

What is the magic formula? Vegas is not involved. And while compound interest is amazing, I am not referring to investment products. I want to talk about the investment of time. Investment in your alumni. Below is the story of a famous entrepreneur whose first gift to their alma mater was $5.00… Read more »