The feeding of the 4,000 is one of the many miracles recorded in the Bible. This miracle demonstrates the compassion and the creativity of Christ. The multitude had followed Jesus for three days and ended up in the wilderness, far from a store to buy food. Jesus had compassion on all those people and multiplied… Read more »
On Wednesday, March 20, the Indiana Senate Education Committee heard testimony on House Bill 1003, which calls for a number of family-friendly improvements to Indiana’s Choice Scholarships (vouchers) program.
Making the dream of a Lutheran education a reality for Indiana families with scholarships and a significant state tax incentive. The state recently approved the creation of The Lutheran Scholarship Granting Organization (SGO) of Indiana. The Lutheran SGO of Indiana exists to raise funds from individuals and businesses to provide scholarship funds to all eligible… Read more »
With nearly 200 additional students in attendance during 2012–13, The Lutheran Schools are enjoying increased enrollment for the second straight year. “We’re thrilled with this news and praise God for the gifts these students are for our schools,” says Mark Muehl, director of The Lutheran Schools Partnership. “I think this increase can be attributed to… Read more »
St. Peter’s in Fort Wayne and St. Peter–Immanuel in Decatur have joined the growing number of The Lutheran Schools participating in the Indiana Choice Scholarship Program. Other schools participating include Concordia, Woodburn, Suburban Bethlehem, Lutheran South Unity, St. John in Kendallville, Emmaus, Ascension, St. Paul’s, and Concordia Lutheran High School. Choice Scholarships—also known as vouchers—enable… Read more »
The Indiana Choice Scholarship Program, enacted in May of 2011, provides scholarships to attend a school of choice, to Indiana families that meet financial eligibility guidelines. This program offers the opportunity for Indiana families to choose the school that best suits their children’s needs, including non-public schools like our 17 area Lutheran elementary schools and… Read more »