There is no one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition and health. We are all unique with different bodies, goals, backgrounds, and tastes! Join Megan Sherman, health and wellness educator for Concordia Plans to learn the fundamentals of creating a healthy meal and snack while still enjoying the foods you love.


“Lord, I believe. Help my unbelief!” said the man to Jesus in Mark 9:24. Every Christian is, “at the same time, a saint and a sinner,” said Martin Luther.

Our life in Christ is never static. It is always either growing or withering. And it grows by remaining connected to the vine of Christ (John 15:5) when we remain rooted in His Word and gifts (Psalm 1:1-3).

In this webinar, Rev. Lange will share gleanings and insights about spiritual self-care from the perspective of one who has experienced seasons of both highs and lows, in the discipline of spiritual self-care, during his nearly six decades as a baptized child of God.


What is mental health and what does it look like in the life of a Christian? What does my mental health have to do with my vocation?

Join us as we discuss common mental health hang-ups (thorns) and how to recognize them. Jessica will also provide specific tools for pruning these thorns and fertilizing our mental health. Healthy minds yield blooms…come be nurtured.


Our thoughts drive everything that we say and do. Right thinking equals right behavior. Every time. All the days of our lives. To where, and to what decisions, is your current thought life driving you?

Caring for, and protecting our thoughts is one of the best ways to grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually. But wait, there’s more! As you nurture healthy thinking, you care for others as well, as in “loving your neighbor as yourself.”

How you ask? Come and learn how the Lord used a soap opera to transform one woman from a reckless driver into a thoughtful driver, and how the same lessons apply to you.