In Times of Uncertainty

    I ran track in high school, and March always marked an interesting time for spring sports. You never knew what would happen. Would winter come to an early end and give you a nice long season? Or would March be full of snowstorms leaving you with only a handful of weeks to compete?… Read More ›

God Will Meet All Your Needs

    And my God will meet all your needs according to His glorious riches in Christ Jesus.  Philippians 4:19 With the close of December and the beginning of January, people’s minds often turn to the making of New Year’s resolutions.  Despite an often-poor record of success with these resolutions, we continue to make them… Read More ›

Remember the Blessings

  Note: Due to extenuating circumstances there was no November newsletter sent out. This makes the following article somewhat outdated (through no fault of Scott’s), but I think that practicing gratitude is relevant in any season!  – Rachel As we enter the month of November, I am reminded to be thankful. This past October was… Read More ›

No Bad Questions

  We have all heard the saying there is no such thing as a dumb question. As a teacher by training, and a current substitute teacher, I don’t completely agree with the statement. I’m quite confident that I have heard some dumb questions from students who are trying to be funny! That being said, I don’t think… Read More ›

Time of Transition

  Joshua is a book in the Bible where it was a time of transition. Moses had just died and Joshua was about to lead the people of Israel into the promised land. There were many fortified cities, strong armies, and a rugged terrain. To the tribal people of Israel, who had spent the previous… Read More ›

The Lord Will Provide

  Jehovah Jireh is a Hebrew name for God, which means “The Lord will provide.” We find the phrase used in Genesis 22, when God called Abraham to sacrifice his “only son Isaac.” At the last moment, God intervened and provided a ram to be sacrificed in Isaac’s stead. Scripture is filled with instances that… Read More ›

Blessed by Bible Camp

  For many, July is a month filled with great memories with friends and family. Trips to the lake during the height of summer, Fourth of July fireworks, campouts; all of these come to mind. However, these things are only a small part of what I think of when July rolls around. For me, I think… Read More ›

Use the Gifts God Has Given

  There’s no way to know this for sure, because each congregation is different, but I’m guessing there aren’t many congregations out there who have ever had three of their regular pianists go on “maternity leave” at roughly the same time. But such is our lot this summer. For some reason, that strikes me as… Read More ›

Called by God

      May always brings thoughts of graduation. It is especially on my mind this year with our daughter Bria graduating from the Free Lutheran Bible College and our son Caden graduating from high school. When I think of graduation, I also think about how God has made us all differently, and that He has a… Read More ›