“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and enter his courts with praise”…Psalm 100
November is a month of transition. It seems as if we transition from fall to winter, from warm weather to colder weather, from one sports season to the next, and from few holidays to two of our bigger holidays back-to-back. As Thanksgiving beckons we should all be aware of David’s words of praise and rejoice for the abundance we enjoy. Perspective might tempt one to lament regarding the state of the nation, the state of the world, or the state of one’s pocketbook. But seriously . . . big screens, little phones, big phones, instant electronic access to virtually anything at any time, vacations here and there, and more clothes that we should throw away than can actually wear. The GNP of some nations does not amount to the estimated dollar figure of what Americans discard into landfills each year. Our ability to consume is frightening.
Give thanks-- for He is good! Amen.
On November 12th LHSKC hosted its annual 7th and 8th Grade Day. Lutheran High Students and faculty used the day as an opportunity to display the benefits and opportunities of a Lutheran secondary education to area Lutheran Middle Schoolers. We continue to try and grow our school and our first level of contact is with those who attend our Lutheran grade schools. We would like ALL of our 8th grade families to at least consider LHS. We believe we have a continually improving product and one that is God-pleasing as we share Christ’s love within our community. But there are still those who are unaware of the benefits of LHS. Despite the digital age we exist in, word of mouth still is considered the best marketing tool around. Please help us by referring anyone you may know who might have an interest in a faith based education. Thanks again.
Dr. Cary Stelmachowicz