By Miriam Rossow

What does power look like to you? When I think of power I think of someone with great influence. I imagine someone […]

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By Miriam Rossow

Death is ugly. It doesn’t seem to matter if the death is expected or unexpected. It doesn’t seem to matter if the […]

Houston Mission Trip

By Chad Moyer

First I want to thank you for this opportunity to go to Houston!!

I look forward to more trips to Houston, they still […]

Do You Want to Get Well?

By Miriam Rossow

Do you want to get well?

What kind of question is this? The answer seems obvious. Do you know anyone who is sick; […]

The Palms of Palm Sunday

By Phil Geyer

On Palm Sunday we commemorate Christ’s triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. People cheering and shouting. People climbing trees and grabbing palm branches. People […]

Celebrating Life in a Cemetery

By Marieanne Rose

Planting flowers on our parents’ graves on Memorial Day is something Karl & I have done for many years.

When I was a […]

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By Michell Porisch
Every Tuesday I have the privilege to eat a meal at St. Luke and share something new and good about my week […]

Where is your brother? A invitation to Relationship

By Miriam Rossow

In my last blog, Adam, Where are you? A Call to Love I wrote,
This call is an invitation to come out […]

Shalom In The Home  

By Judy Maynard

Does your home bless those who enter it with peace and love? Is it a welcoming place for your spouse or yourself?

If […]

Adam, Where are You? A Call of Love

By Miriam Rossow

‘And the man and his wife were both naked and were not ashamed.’ Genesis 2:25

And they all lived happily ever after. […]