Mark Muehl

Overwhelmed with Gratitude

Bethlehem Lutheran School Helps a Family Facing Cancer In 2012, Angie Mishler got the devastating news that she had cancer. As a mother to four children, she wondered how she would manage this diagnosis and her children’s needs. She struggled with tough decisions, including whether their family could afford to send their oldest son, Greyson,… Read more »

Giving From The Heart

Wyneken Students Learn the Value of Serving Others When kids work together, they begin to change the world. That’s the spirit at Wyneken Memorial Lutheran School, where kids are not only taught to be good students, but also to develop generous hearts through service projects. Wyneken’s projects span the school year, showing students that giving… Read more »

Emmaus Helps Family Afford Education

Family Connects Emmaus with Starbase Indiana In 2011, Heather Dye was a single mom, homeschooling two children and struggling to make ends meet. She wondered how she was going to put food on the table. Heather needed some solutions and knew that sending her son, Lucas, to school would free her up to help her… Read more »

The Power of Relationships

Concordia Lutheran School Emphasizes ‘Relationships Over Rules’ Relationships matter at Concordia Lutheran School. Just ask fourth grade teacher Rich Schwantz. In his 25 years of teaching, he estimates he’s visited the homes of 400 students. “I am super old fashioned. Rich says. “I’m still that guy that gets in the car and visits every home… Read more »

Students Work Together for Kids Love Liberia Project

Lutheran Schools Lend a Hand for Liberian School and Library This month, students at eleven Lutheran schools are making an impact through a service project benefiting a community in Liberia. Through the Kids Love Liberia Lutheran school project, students are preparing a 40-foot shipping container that will be sent to Liberia in May. The container,… Read more »

Ascension Student to Compete in World Games

Spiritual Lessons Learned at Ascension Provide Strong Foundation Tess Barlow, a seventh grader at Ascension Lutheran School, looks like a normal middle schooler, hanging out with friends and finishing homework. But what you don’t know about Tess might surprise you. Earlier this year, Tess was selected for the U.S. Martial Arts Team and will be… Read more »