How to Save a Little Money at Lunch Time (So ...

August 18, 2017 | Posted by Karina Rovey

We all get hungry at school. And unfortunately, at school, we do not have our kitchen cupboards at our disposal. So, anything to curb your hunger you have to bring from home. Or buy. I normally bring my food from home. Occasionally, I’ll end up buying a cafeteria lunch or purchasing a snack from the […]

 

Transparency and Forgiveness

August 14, 2017 | Posted by Ken Chitwood

It’s a slow creep. Maybe it starts with a simple deception, just keeping a simple offense secret. Then, it was the lust you kept locked behind closed doors and passwords. Then, it was the jealousy that boiled within you as you saw the success of your co-laborers. Suddenly, your life is a tangled mess of […]

 

One Simple Thing That Can Change Your Life (a...

August 2, 2017 | Posted by Karina Rovey

We are all searching for remedies to different issues in life. Whether it’s stress from school, problems at work or relationship troubles with family or friends, all of us struggle with a variety of dilemmas and how to face them. But how many of us have been swallowed by a whale? That’s a big problem, […]

 

They’re Watching

July 31, 2017 | Posted by Randy Raasch

I am blessed to have two younger brothers. They are five and seven years younger than me. They are more intelligent than me, better looking and much more talented. But back in the day, when I was a teenager and they were in grade school, my mother would remind me that I needed to set […]

 

A Convenience Store, A Tattoo Artist and A Co...

July 21, 2017 | Posted by Joe Russo

Many years ago, I took a second job working at a convenience store to help fund our second child’s Lutheran High education. That job only lasted nine months because it meant working midnights three nights in a row. It was a tiring experience. However, the job became one of the more enlightening experiences of my life. […]

 

Your Missional History

July 14, 2017 | Posted by Art Scherer

Not long ago, my wife and I drove past a small town in rural Virginia where there once existed a small, but vital congregation of our denomination. The congregation closed many years ago after dwindling population and a military base closure. At the closing service—a true celebration of ministry—the church was packed with former members […]