Calling All Doers to join the KNIGHTS' BRIGADE
Calling all Doers
Calling all Doers of the Word! James 1:22 states, “Prove yourselves doers of the Word, and not merely hearers who delude themselves.” God has united all of us together as family and as members of His Church. In His divine wisdom, He has blessed each one of us differently for the purpose of serving one another – 1 Peter 4:10. It is in the action of serving (active faith) that our “doing” is demonstrated. In order to be a “Doer,” one must be doing according to his/her various blessings. The Bible lists a number of specific talents/gifts/blessings, but it is far from being all-inclusive. While there are significant talents/gifts/blessings that people share in common, gifts are as varied as there are people. No one is or has been the same. This fact reflects the incredible creativity of our divine Creator. In order to maximize these blessings, we must work to unify under the Great Commission.
Martin Luther High School looks to meet the Commission by reaching out to the demographic of teenagers. This outreach, like all the others, has specific needs that need to be met, not the least of which is paying dedicated, commissioned ministers who daily reach teenagers with the Gospel message in the guise of academics. Please do not misunderstand; academics are not compromised in the process. In fact, academics are complimented and accentuated with the Truth. Academics apart from the Truth are compromised. We need committed, dedicated, and gifted people to assist us. We need financial assistance. We need spiritual support through prayer. We need encouragement in word and deed in our daily ministerial efforts. We need Doers! We need Doers who are gifted and concerned with the ministry of reaching out to teenagers in Martin County with the Word of God in a sustained and deliberate educational way.
If God is moving you to Do so, or Do more, please consider becoming a member of our Knights Brigade. i look forward to the blessings that will follow the efforts of authentic Doers. God bless your all!
Come Lord Jesus, Amen!
Paul Steinhaus, Principal
Congratulations to these students for achieving Honor Roll Status for the 3rd Quarter of the 2014-2015 school year.
Front Row: Freshmen--Marissa Steinhaus, Tristan Taylor, Madison Johnson, James Schrunk, Macy Quinn, Ethan Jordi, Alex Schuder, Sydney Vischer, Katelyn Garrison. Second Row: Sophomores--Isaac Creech, Carter Wille, Deborah Watt, Rachel Nemanic, Renae Wallace, Lindsey Miles, Sada Zafar and Hanna Geistfeld. Back Row: Seniors--Rebekah Rusert, Anna Meyer, Brian Nemanic, Tyler Wiederhoeft, Kailey Michels, Colton Greiner, Alex Weihe and Kayley Shoen. Juiors--Rachel Krome, Matthew Trueblood and Jakub Goldschmidt. Not pictured: Reece Reigel.
Thank you to the Lutheran Church Extension Fund for their part in the refurbishing of our gym in adding a new scoreboard.
Congratulations to Rebekah Rusert and Tyler Wiederhoeft on their Triple "A" Award nomination.
Helping Young People Excel Academically
All teens in grades 9-12 are invited to