Posts by Category: Compassion

Blue Christmas

Blue Christmas

Do you know someone that is not feeling so “merry” this Christmas? How do we comfort those suffering in the midst of everyone around them celebrating? The Winter Solstice is December 21. This is ...

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Quilts of Love

Quilts of Love

Above: Lewis and Ruth Horbath of St. John, Waltz deliver quilts to the boxcar stationed at the District Office in Ann Arbor. When former Lutheran World Relief (LWR) president John Nunes was ...

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Students Serve Detroit

Students Serve Detroit

Over the course of this year’s Summer Serve event, 68 high school students and adults from five Lutheran churches in Michigan and one in Illinois partnered together to minister to the city ...

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What I Did This Summer

What I Did This Summer

RJ Kilcher, a member of Trinity, Clinton Township and home school music student at Faith, Troy, spent his summer mowing lawns, holding lemonade stands and encouraging neighbors to let him earn ...

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Numbers Matter

Numbers Matter

There are certain numbers that stand out because they represent something important. The year 1776 reminds us of “The Birth of our Country,” and 9-11 prompts us to remember a tragic day in U.S. ...

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