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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 »

COVID-19 – Without Fear

COVID-19 has been and will be in the forefront of Lutheran school ministry for the weeks to come. The virus is real. What to expect? Every country has had its variables. The US is no different. Unfortunately, the reactions to the virus have included uncertainty, panic and anxiety. Uncertainty? With no widespread… Read more »

Be a VIP!

Introducing The Lutheran Schools 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 by attending TLSP… Read more »

FREE SEMINAR - Parenting in a Digital Age

At what age is it okay to give a child a cell phone? What are the effects of screen time on children? What is the truth about social media and young people? How can I promote digital safety with my family? Many parents are asking themselves, and their friends, these questions as… Read more »

Catch The Lutheran Spirit - December Style

“With glowing eyes and a bright smile, a woman approached me after the Children's Christmas Service to say, ‘That was beautiful. The children did a wonderful job of re-telling the Christmas story. This brought back memories of Christmas Services when I was a girl." This is a quote shared by one of… Read more »

The Inspiring Life of Jerry

Christmas Day was a stark reminder that Jesus’ birth was the first step of redeeming the world from sin. Because while we celebrated the New Born King, we Christians always have eyes on Good Friday, knowing full well that the Babe of Bethlehem was the promised Messiah, born to die. This Christmas… Read more »


A second window is now open for families to take advantage of the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program. 15 of our 19 Lutheran schools are in the Indiana Choice Program. These schools provide great opportunities for families to consider for the learning needs of their kids. Interested parents can first take a look… Read more »