By Justin Rossow Back in December, St. Luke Lutheran Church passed a six-month ministry plan and budget for the congregation that includes
This last fall Amy and Bill Pemberton came to me and said they were debt free. There was laughter and joy and
By Bill Burmeister What happens to your “leftovers”? Are they remembered too late, in the back of the refrigerator in some storage
By Chad Moyer, St. Luke Facilities Manager If you’re a homeowner, you probably know how a seemingly small problem can escalate quickly.
By Paul Dickerson, Congregational President Near the beginning of last summer, our church was in a position we hadn’t been in for
By Paul Dickerson, Congregational President Dear Brothers & Sisters in Christ, Happy Advent! These are not two words you hear very