by Renee Borgmann Director of Children’s Ministry Christmas through the eyes of a child is a beautiful thing. The excitement, the faith, the wonder . . . And I think it is safe to say that children are all paying attention to Christmas! I love the fact that the songs piped into the stores and…

Everybody has a story. There was a freshman girl who went out for the high school soccer team. She had never played a bit of soccer before in her life. ‘Why did she even try out for the team? You could see that she didn’t have the skill level of the other girls on the…

It’s funny the things you remember from high school. Like Mr. Plath, our geometry teacher. We did not like to do proofs. Which progression of theorems could we use to prove or disprove the congruence or incongruence of the angles and the line segments of each of the images in our homework? And when we…

Life is not going to be perfect at any point this side of heaven. And that imperfectness leads to a longing for heaven – I look forward to that day when I will be in the presence of God, all of the messes of the world faded away, His glory filling up all of the…

Prayer Renee Borgmann

A toddler asks his mother for a Snickers bar.  The mother is making dinner, so she tells her child that he may not have a snickers bar right before dinner.  The toddler throws a temper tantrum, but the mother stands firm in her answer – no candy bar before dinner. Should the mom give her…

© 2015 Messiah Lutheran Church
Top
forzest