April Leadership Team Update

This month’s meeting spent a great deal of time on strategies for further re-opening of worship services.  With continuing vaccination efforts, and decreasing numbers of COVID cases in our community we’d like to be able to return to a more normal style of worship; however after much debate we decided that it’s still too early…

Leadership Team March 2021

Your Leadership Team considered several items during the March meeting; here are some highlights: Over the past couple of years many members have shared ideas about ways to obtain financial support for construction of our new building.  At the March meeting the Leadership Team decided to form a team to implement the best of these…

Be Doers of the Word

James 1:22-25 may be some of those “uncomfortable” bible verses for you.  I confess that it makes me uncomfortable.  Every time I read these verses, I get this queasy feeling that I’m not a doer.  We Lutherans seem to be more comfortable studying the Word than doing it at times. Being a doer is different…

Where are the Children?

I’ve heard numerous comments in TLC that we need to bring children into the church; that the children are the church’s future, or where are the children?  Of course we’re not unique in this desire; most LCMS congregations have few if any children today; and our average age of members grows about 1 year for…

Leadership Team 2021

Tuesday was the first meeting of the TLC Leadership Team (LT) for 2021.  All of the Leadership Team members stand for election each year and we’re all limited to 3 years consecutively.  Church Councils are not known for their comradeship, there is often considerable contention evident, trust me if you’ve never been on one, I’ve…