The loft in the Christian Ministry Center, where the media booth is located, is now transformed into additional storage. Worship Supplies, Drive Through Bethlehem, Consignment Sale, Discipleship, and more will benefit from the construction of secured, designated storage space. This project will greatly improve the cleanliness, order, and organization of the previously used closets and rooms. Each ministry that has a specified storage space is responsible for the shelving, organization, and maintenance. The project will be […]
Allison began Palm Sunday (2018) and brings years of piano and church music experience to South Elkhorn. She works as the accompanist for the Scott County High School choir and teaches middle school mathematics.
“I don’t know how to put this but I’m kind of a big deal… People know me… I’m very important. I have many leather-bound books and my apartment smells of rich mahogany.” My friend didn’t expect this quote from the movie Anchorman to do much besides provide a chuckle. But the restaurant host who asked if he had a reservation immediately looked embarrassed, apologized profusely, and whisked him away to a special table… Now it was […]
The most meaningful thing I’ve ever “fasted” during Lent was Words with Friends. Because it sparked a lasting change. Like so many absorbed in their digital devices, I found myself sneaking open my smartphone at every spare moment (and at the kitchen table during dinner) to score words like “kerfuffle” and “cantankerous”. This clever game app, like so much social media and gaming, was designed to addict–and it had this word nerd hook, line and […]
Dear friend, I couldn’t help but chuckle. I was caring for a little one this week who, like so many others, couldn’t go to school due to sickness. I took her with me to the church office, set up a napping station and an iPad, and turned my attention to the long queue of emails awaiting my attention. When I looked up, there she was: Yes, that’s the work of Max Weber she decided to pluck […]