By Miriam Rossow Death is ugly. It doesn’t seem to matter if the death is expected or unexpected. It doesn’t seem to
By Marieanne Rose Planting flowers on our parents’ graves on Memorial Day is something Karl & I have done for many years.
By Miriam Rossow Sunday, July 17th was the 2 year anniversary of my dad’s death. I had been with my family for
By Matt Hein After a busy but refreshing day of worship this past Sunday, I drove our children home and they all went
By Miriam Rossow My 8 year old has had a hard time separating. She has been worried that something will happen to
By Rebecca Hasey Ketchup. Candy. Wisdom. Inspiration. Just some of the gifts I've received from Pastor Zehnder. Pastor Zehnder came to St.
Advent Devotion for Friday, December 6 By David Carlson Read Matthew 24: 36-44 In 1939 as Great Britain was being drawn into a
By Ryan Peterson I didn't really know Byron. I knew his daughter Sarah, as we had attended Concordia University Wisconsin together years ago.
By Becky Majesky One of the really great things about belonging to a multi-site church is that we’re a community blessed with three
By Jonathan Petzold 1 Corinthians 4:15-16: "Even if you had ten thousand guardians in Christ, you do not have many fathers, for in Christ