Trinity Lutheran School – August 2018 Newsletter Article.
What a powerful witness Paul gives us in Romans 1:16. The Gospel is truly God’s power that saves me, you, and everyone who believes. The Gospel of Jesus the Christ, who came down from heaven and was made man so that He might die for the sins of all humans. We are saved through faith in Him.
But on a second look, Paul also admonishes me. Not directly, but when he says that he is not ashamed of the Gospel, I realize that I do not always do likewise. In fact I would be found lacking for times in my life that I boldly proclaimed the Gospel. Whether that be verbally or in my actions.
If you are like me at all, you can remember times that you could and should have been forthcoming with words of comfort from God. Times when you just felt that socially it was not appropriate. Or maybe it is at work, where you cannot be open about your faith to clients, customers, or students.
Even more so, I think I have failed to act as if I am totally dependent on Jesus for everything. The old saying, “Actions speak louder than words”, certainly applies here. When we say one thing but our actions are contrary, people see us as hypocrites.
But the good news, or Gospel, is that Jesus is the Christ. He did secure our salvation through His suffering and death. He forgives our sins, even those of weak faith. He forgives us even when we are not as forthright in being unashamed of the Gospel.
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“Sharing Hope and Peace through the Word of Christ” is the mission of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church and School in Fort Morgan, Colorado. Please join us! Divine Service is held every Sunday at 9 A.M. at 800 Sherman St., in Fort Morgan.
August is here and summer is soon to be just a memory. Here at school, we continue to prepare for an exciting school year. Our computer lab is being wired for internet. The teachers are preparing their rooms and doing professional development activities.
Back-to-school night is scheduled for August 14th. School will start at 8 on the 16th with opening chapel at 9.
If you know of anyone who voices concerns about their children’s education, and whose children are not currently attending Trinity Lutheran School, please suggest to them that they visit with Principal Kevin Rhode at the school for information about what Trinity offers. Word of mouth referrals to friends and family are ways that you can support the ministry of our school.
We welcome anyone who would like to stop by and see what we offer the children of our community. If you would like to visit with us about placing your child in Trinity please call to make an appointment. It is never too late to enroll your child in Little Lambs, Trinity Early Learning Center or for kindergarten through eighth grade. Read your bulletins and tidbits for opportunities to help and for lists of events going on at our school. Check us out on Face Book. As always please keep our students, staff and school board in your prayers.
Your servant in Christ