English District Blog

The Bonds of Friendship

August Mennel

Guest blogger Augusta Mennell, Campus Ministry Director at All Saints Lutheran Church and Student Center in Slippery Rock, PA, shares how Campus Ministry reaches out to all students, forming life-changing bonds.

 

Four things you need to know about Parish Nursing

 

Interested in Parish Nursing? Four things you need to know!

By Sue Neff, RN Parish Nurse

In this blog post, I want to share resources and education opportunities for nurses interested in the Parish Nursing ministry.

Welcome, "C and E!"

 

Today our guest blogger shares the importance of welcoming people - especially students - on "C" and "E" holidays! Not sure what that means? Read her story and learn more!

By Augusta Mennel

A Lot of “Processing” Involved - For Life

LifeLine

Today our guest blogger shares a very personal experience on how he has "processed" his life.

By Rev. John Diener, Lifeline Team

Welcome, Stranger!

Welcome Stranger

Today our guest blogger shares how our university/campus ministries are reaching out to students, and making “life-saving” differences!

By Augusta R. Mennell

How My SmartPhone Expressed Heaven’s Joy

Today’s guest blogger shares how a SmartPhone shared the Good News!

By Rev. Lee Meyer, International Student Ministry (ISM) Board Co-president and In-Depth Bible Seminar Instructor

Parish Nursing in the English District

Sue Neff, Parish Nurse

Hello and greetings!

My name is Susan Neff and I serve as the district representative for Parish Nursing in the LCMS – English District. For those of you who are not familiar with Parish Nursing, I’d like to give you an overview what I do, and share some benefits of having a parish nurse in your congregation.

How your congregation can serve those who serve

Did you know that the LCMS provides care to our military families in two ways?

First, we provide chaplains to our Armed Forces. God’s good gifts are given to His children who wear our country’s uniform – and their families throughout the world – by military chaplains.

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