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From the Principal's Desk - February 2021

Updated: Jan 12, 2022

Jesus said, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.” Mark 16:15

God has given his church a mission. Our mission is clear: to use the Word of God to train and equip the next generation, that they serve their Savior in this life while clinging to the hope of eternal life. This mission field is right here on our doorstep, in our church and school building. Our Trinity Lutheran Church is blessed with the wonderful opportunity of offering children in Preschool through 8th grade a Christian education. We exercise our God-given responsibility of preaching the gospel that the power of the Holy Spirit would nurture the faith of our children and their families. Christian education is for the whole child, the whole Christian, body and soul.

Our Trinity Lutheran School is a family of Christian love and support. Each day there is evidence of God at work ... Watching our students work together to problem solve, build, code and control robots. Hearing the laughter of children learning and competing in math fact competitions. Listening to the thought-provoking questions of teachers who are dedicated to teaching the whole child and not being satisfied until each child has an understanding. Students leading a prayer for a classmate’s family who is struggling. Hearing the sound of our children as they join their voices in choir to sing praises to God. Witnessing the older students model Christian integrity to the younger students. Listening to children as they collaborate and create with a joy and excitement for learning. Volunteers giving of their time and talents to support staff, students and our school. The evidence is clear each day at TLS as the Word of God is being used to train and equip the next generation.

Thanks be to God that Trinity Lutheran Church supports a mission that is at work 5 days a week, nurturing the lives of children and families alike. What a blessing it is to be part of this amazing mission!

Please continue to pray for our school year that each child, teacher, and family be blessed with the loving presence of our Almighty God each and every day!

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