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I’m not quite sure how to describe my afternoon on Tuesday. I experienced something new to me ... chronic homelessness.
I’ve traveled to Haiti to see people live in dwellings we in the US wouldn’t consider a home.. and in Tanzania mud and stick huts were the normal. But...
Heart Attack! Once these words seemed almost synonymous with sudden death. Now we know how to save thousands of lives with different life saving measures.
A heart attack is injury to heart muscle due to a loss of blood supply to a part of the heart. An attack occurs when arteries that supply...
The Lutheran blood that courses through my veins runs deep.
My grandfather, also John Klawiter, was a teacher at a Missouri Synod Lutheran School and still lives in the house that he and Grandma Barbara built in the 1950’s in Alhambra, a suburb of Los Angeles.
Grandpa John loves...
The way we perceive most of the events that happen in our lives is what shapes how we feel about them much more than the event itself. An experience of gratitude is one of the most effective ways of perceiving God’s abundant grace and getting in touch with our soul. When we can be in...
What are we trying to create? Why Faith? Why Tiny Homes?
Questions and answers regarding tiny homes.
Do you need money for ministry projects? Will your project enhance the charitable, educational and religious missions of the church?
The deadline for endowment grants has been extended to Sunday, October 6.