Mark Muehl

Welcome to Holy Week

They Wanted the Kingdom Without the Cross Welcome to Holy Week. With the celebration of Palm Sunday, we enter into the holiest of weeks. It’s a week when we often talk about walking the steps of Christ to the cross, remembering his passion, remembering his death. Walk in his steps? The reality? We align better… Read more »

Creating Student Leaders

Leadership Development Impacts Students at St. Peter-Immanuel “When we go places, we get compliments from people because of how well [our students] behave,” says Sarah Weber, teacher at St. Peter-Immanuel Lutheran School. On a recent field trip to the Embassy Theater, students represented their school with pride as middle school students guided younger grades through… Read more »

Spring Operetta Lets Students Shine

Central Lutheran shares God’s Love Through Musical Production Central Lutheran School students are taking the stage this week in a production that spans centuries, from Biblical times to the 1980’s, thanks to an abandoned time machine and some curious kids. Central Lutheran’s production of Back to the Cross, performed by the second and third graders,… Read more »

Come Support Your Team!

Schools Compete in Lutheran State Basketball Tournament Fort Wayne, IN- Several Lutheran school basketball teams are gearing up for the Lutheran State Basketball Tournament, held on Friday, February 26 through Sunday, February 28th in Fort Wayne. Both boys and girls basketball teams will compete for the state championship title with the winner advancing to the… Read more »

Zion Lutheran Remembers Reverend Carr

School Shows Support During Cancer Battle Even though it’s Catherine Carr’s second year teaching fifth and sixth grade at Zion Lutheran School, she’s been impacted for a lifetime. That’s because Zion Lutheran Church and School have provided incredible support while her husband, Reverend Timothy Carr, battled stage four cancer. He passed away on December 21,… Read more »

Overcoming Challenges

Student with cerebral palsy succeeds at St. John Emmanuel At St. John Emmanuel Lutheran School, Nathan Wilhoff is a typical fourth grader. He climbs to the top of the playground equipment at recess. He shoots baskets and plays on the school team. What makes this story unique is that Nathan has cerebral palsy. For parents… Read more »

Setting an Example of Service

Bethlehem Lutheran alumnus recognizes school’s role in shaping future Lindsay Wright spent the last three and a half years serving our country in an unusual way—by working with the four-legged creatures called military dogs in the Army. But Lindsay’s story begins long before she became a veterinarian. Her story starts at Bethlehem Lutheran School in… Read more »

Renewed Arts Focus at Concordia Lutheran School

New Performance Space Gives Students the Opportunity to Shine Concordia Lutheran School has experienced a renewed arts focus due to the completion of Wolf Arena, a multipurpose space that serves as a theatre, worship space, and gym. For the school, the arena is the catalyst behind a revitalized arts focus—with students gaining more opportunities to… Read more »