Walk with God, Talk with God

Have you ever wondered what the children at St. Paul learn every day? Ever wonder what sets our school apart from other schools down the road? The answer is simple: God’s Word. Each day we begin with God’s Word, end the day with God’s Word and then insert God’s Word throughout the day in every subject. Simply put, God’s Word is permeated in every aspect of every day.

The students at St. Paul are taught to discern between what the world thinks is acceptable and what God says is acceptable based upon his Word. We have his Word before us every day to strengthen and nourish our faith. Here at St. Paul Lutheran School, Your School, the students are taught the one and only way to heaven. How is this done? I put some numbers together and came up with rather amazing statistics for students who attend St. Paul all nine years of grade school. The numbers increase if they also attended St. Paul Preschool.

Did you know…

  • that a student at St. Paul will have prayed over 4500 group prayers?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have listened to over 3000 devotions?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have been taught over 1000 Bible History lessons?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have attended over 250 chapel devotions?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have recited over 500 verses of various hymns?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have over 120 hours of sound doctrinal catechism instruction taught by one of the pastors?

Through each one of the items listed above, the foundation of faith is being strengthened through God’s Word. Each one of these mentioned is a tool to help fight Satan and his temptations. Where else can a child go to get such extensive training in God’s Word? Where else can a child get this type of spiritual arsenal to steadfastly walk with God in this life and most importantly, for eternity? What a blessing we have right here on our premises! What a testament to the many congregational members who help support such a valuable ministry!

If you have any questions on how you can get this training for your child, please do not hesitate to call the school office for enrollment. We are here to answer any questions you might have.

 

Divine Call Actions

Mr. John Ganey has accepted the call to serve as our new fourth grade teacher.  We look forward to his arrival in our midst.  Rev. Benjamin Blumer declined the call to serve on our pastoral staff.  Another call meeting was held March 12 and Rev. Daniel Lange from Light of Life Lutheran Church in Covington, Washington received our call.  On March 26 a call was extended to Allison Byers to serve as our Early Childhood Director as Bonnie Dais will not be returning next year.  Allison currently serves at St. John in Watertown.  Please remember these workers and their families in your prayers.

8th Grade Confirmation

Rehearsal Mon &Tues Apr 24-25 at 3:15 PM
Examination Service Wednesday, April 26 6:30 PM
Confirmation is Sunday April 30 at 10:30 AM.

Our Students Continue Christian Training as LLHS Partners:   

  • Math Meet at LLHS is a contest for 5th-8thgr. St. Paul students compete with other schools on Wednesday, April 27
  • Fine Arts Fair music performances hosted by Lakeside includes solos competition April 1 & concert April 2  

To Our Young Families with 3K, 4K, and/or Childcare Needs,

  • For 3-year-olds, we still have limited room available in our 2-day or 3-day class…
  • 3-yr olds also have school day childcare options
  • 4K classes still have limited room available in the afternoon
  • Daytime Childcare service options help 3K & 4K before and after classes
  • Before & After school care is available from 6:30am-6pm    

Limited space remains for these Early Learning Center programs. You are encouraged to invite your Lake Mills’ community neighbors & acquaintances. Please contact the school office. We will be glad to schedule a visit, showcase our program and answer questions!

Walk with God

Have you ever noticed how many people exercise by way of walking, jogging, or even running? Especially with the warm weather we were blessed with these past few weeks, people were out everywhere. Ultimately, as you walk, jog, or run, you will eventually get tired and have to stop. Some are able to endure longer routines, but eventually you will get tired.

That is where our Walk with God is different than the physical walking we may do. The more we Walk with God by sitting at his feet and his Word, the more rested and rejuvenated our faith becomes.

Our students at your school daily Walk with God while sitting at the feet of their Savior listening to God’s Word. Daily, their faith is nourished and strengthened. Daily, they are building that firm foundation built upon our Good Shepherd and his Word. In a world where God’s Word is being attacked on every side, let us always rest with him as we Walk with Him and Talk with Him. Let us never take this gift for granted. If you would like to hear more about your school and how you can enroll your child, please contact the school office at 648-2918 and Mr. Gartner will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

I Follow the Good Shepherd

"He leads me beside quiet waters" — Psalm 23:2b

In a year when there are so many presidential candidates, it’s often difficult to know who to follow and ultimately who to vote for. We want to make a sound decision, but it’s so difficult because each candidate has its strengths and weaknesses. We may turn to flyers that are distributed, listen to speeches, or even watch several debates. Unfortunately, this often makes a person more confused in the end.

Fortunately for us, there is One clear choice on who to follow for our eternal well-being, our Good Shepherd. We don’t have to worry about flyers, speeches or debates to get our information. We have his Word before us every day to strengthen and nourish our faith. Here at St. Paul Lutheran School, Your School, the students are taught the one and only way to heaven. How is this done? I put some numbers together and came up with rather amazing statistics for students who attend St. Paul all nine years of grade school. The numbers increase if they also attended St. Paul Preschool. 

Did you know…

  • that a student at St. Paul will have prayed over 4500 group prayers?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have listened to over 3000 devotions?
  • That a student at St. Paul will have been taught over 1000 Bible History lessons?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have attended over 250 chapel devotions?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have recited over 500 verses of various hymns?
  • that a student at St. Paul will have over 120 hours of sound doctrinal catechism instruction taught by one of the pastors?

Through each one of the items listed above, the foundation of faith is being strengthened through God’s Word. Each one of these mentioned is a tool to help fight Satan and his temptations. Where else can a child go to get such extensive training in God’s Word? Where else can a child get this type of spiritual arsenal to steadfastly follow their Good Shepherd in this life and most importantly, for eternity? What a blessing we have right here on our premises! What a testament to the many congregational members who help support such a valuable ministry!

If you have any questions on how you can get this training for your child, please do not hesitate to call the school office for enrollment. We are here to answer any questions you might have.