Posts from April 2018

Pastor’s May 2018 Article

May has arrived! Two big “M’s” of May are Mother’s Day and Memorial Day. We set both days aside to remember those who have made sacrifices and be thankful. Mother’s Day on May 13th reminds us what our mothers have done for us and provides an opportunity to say, “Thank you.” Memorial Day on May…

Parish Nurse Notes…Your Kidneys

15% of adults in the US are affected by kidney disease. Surprisingly, most people with kidney disease or reduced kidney function are not even aware of it. Some signs and symptoms of kidney disease. Healthy kidneys do three important things: (1) remove wastes from the blood via the urine and return clean blood to the…

Have you tried Pickleball yet?

The “Pickleballers” are playing outside now, weather-permitting, and the games begin at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday evenings. When there is inclement weather, they play inside utilizing Brashaber Fellowship Hall, when available. Questions? Contact Kyle Landgrebe. Join the fellowship and fun – play • watch • cheer!

Cub Pack Flag Retirement Ceremony

Do you have any US flags that have been proudly flown and are now torn, ragged, or are simply showing their age? Do you plan to replace your current flag with a new one by Memorial Day? If the answer to either question is yes, you may bring your old flags to the church for…

Pastor’s April 2018 Article

Now What? It was over. All the work, all the training, and all the preparation were finally over. As I reflected upon the previous six years of staying up late, working hard, and looking forward, the question that formed was, “What now?” Now that I had graduated, what would I do? Would I continue on the…