Lutheran For Life

Please join us in a Day of Remembrance for the Victims of Abortion; preborn infants, moms, dads, grandparents, siblings, friends, all of us. We cherish our children; we cherish our babies; and we cherish our preborn infants in the womb. Jesus uses a child to redefine greatness. The “greatest” is the one who, like a child, is in greatest need of care, nurture, and protection. A “child” is anyone who is vulnerable, unable to help themselves. Thus, a “child” is: the baby in the womb, the pregnant teen, the post-abortive man or women, the elderly, the ill, and people with disabilities. Join us Saturday, Sept. 9, 1:00 at Ascension Lutheran, 1701 W. Caley, Littleton. More info: Ascension 303 794 4636, LFL: Jude Donovan 303 972 0873

Lutheran Family Services

Announcements for September:

  1. Every day there are children in Colorado in need of a safe environmentand we need more people to commit to these children! Informational meetings for foster care will be on September 13th from 12:30-1:30pm and from 5:30-6:30pm at the LFS Denver Metro office (363 S. Harlan Street, Suite 105, Denver, 80226). We hope to see you there! For more information, please contact Anne Hamilton at anne.hamilton@lfsrm.org or 303-217-5869.
  2. Older Adult & Caregiver Services is offering an in-person presentation called Thriving at Home: The Benefits & Considerations of Aging in Place.Please join us on Monday, September 18 from 2:00-3:00pm at the Bemis Public Library (6014 S Datura Street) in Littleton where we will discuss the benefits of aging in place, and consider aspects of wellness, transportation, safety, home modifications, and finances needed to age in place successfully. This is a free, public event. Registration is requested: To register, or for questions, please contact our staff at 303-217-5864.
  3. Older Adult & Caregiver Services offers free monthly telephone conferences to answer your questions about aging, called Ask Your Care Manager. Join us on September 13 from 12:00-1:00pm MST for a discussion on Planning for Life’s “What Ifs?” Part 2: Understanding Advance Directives. Advance Directives, the written documents expressing your wishes for future health care, are vital to ensure your preferences are carried out in a medical crisis. In part two of the Advance Care Plan discussion, we will review the most commonly used Advance Directive forms and what to do with the documents once you complete them. Registration is required: sign up at www.lfsrm.org/programs-and-services/oacs/ask-care-manager/  or contact our staff at 303-217-5864 or 970-232-1180.

As always, please do let me know if you no longer wish to receive our monthly announcements or if there is an updated contact.  Thank you for your continued partnership!

Katie Scherr

Church Relations and Development Assistant

Lutheran Family Services Rocky Mountains

363 S. Harlan, Suite 200 Denver, CO 80226-3552

 Direct Line: 720-541-6826

Main Office: 303-922-3433

Fax: 303-922-7335

katie.scherr@lfsrm.org

Whiz Kids

If you can read “THIS”, and if you can add this: 1 Tutor + 1 Student = 2 Changed Lives, then you can be a Tutor with Whiz Kids! Are you looking for a fun way to serve Christ, your community, and boost the Academic and Spiritual Growth of the upcoming generation? Join Whiz Kids Tutoring at Peace Wed. nights 4-5:30 p.m. October through April, tutoring struggling youth, one on one, once a week! After one hour of tutoring/homework help, a Club Leader shares the gospel with the group in a simple, fun and interactive way. For many of these kids it is the only opportunity they will have to not only hear about but feel the love of Jesus. All training and materials are provided by Whiz Kids. You can check out their website www.whizkidstutoring.com or call Angie McKinney (303) 669-7339 or Sue Brick suebert5@gmail.com or 303-476-0006. We need you!

Disciples Unlimited

Disciples Unlimited (DU) had their first annual Reunion at Peace Friday, August 4th here at Peace. These folks were a part of DU from 1974-1980. Pictured front row: Gail Rickaby, Perry and Cheryl Gillenwater, Middle: Joya Rickaby, Sue Zeller, Tim Wacker, Sheila Painter Cary, Rhonda Rankin Mosley. Back Row – Michael Rickaby, Ken Shelton, Mark Langhoff.  Spread the word to your DU buddies that more reunions will be planned in the future. We’d like to make this an annual thing!

John & Suzie Hatton update

 

Summer 2017

Dear Friends,

At the moment I’m grateful for common grace—God’s goodness given to all humanity. More specifically, I’m grateful to be a part of a particular instance where God extended that common grace. In the two years since the Bloom software team won the Enabling Writer’s prize, Bloom Workshops have been happening worldwide, providing books and reading materials in local minority languages in schools and libraries for children who otherwise wouldn’t have any.  Thank you, loving Father!

Please pray with us:

–that any Wycliffe and SIL members who happen to be involved in these ongoing workshops will represent Jesus Christ well and have opportunities to share about God’s saving grace.

–that we will be wise, open, and faithful witnesses of God’s goodness and grace in our interactions with users of the Bloom software who are outside of our organization whether in person or via the internet.

–in giving thanks that God has currently provided for all of our financial needs.

–that we will have a safe and relaxing time as we visit John’s mom and other family and friends in California.

–that the boys will have a good start to the school year later in August; Samuel and William will be at Berthoud High in 11th & 9th grades while Jesse and Daniel will be 7th graders at the middle school.

Thanks so much for being part of our support team in our work for Wycliffe through your prayers, gifts and love. May God’s grace and goodness surround you!

In Christ,
John & Suzanne Hatton

 

SOAR GATHERING

The 23rd annual SOAR Gathering for active adults will be held September 18 – 19 (Monday and Tuesday) at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, 2100 Wadsworth Blvd, Lakewood, CO.   The keynote speaker is Rev. Dr.  Gregory Seltz, The Lutheran Hour radio ministry speaker since 2011.  He will speak on two topics:  Session 1 – Reformation Mission- Capacity, Tenacity and Candor to Boast in Him; Session 2 –  Lutheran Hour Ministry and You- Using the challenge of the Digital Culture to share the Gospel.  Details regarding other speakers, fees and a schedule can be found on the Rocky Mountain District Rocky Mountain District website (http://rm.lcms.org/news-events/soar-conference/), through your church office or by calling Harriet Oehlkers (303-666-9218) or Stan Moeller (303-665-4289).  Registration packets were mailed to individuals who have recently attended one of our seminars or gatherings.

Blessings,

Lynda Kluth, Office Manager

Risen Savior Lutheran Church

3031 W. 144th Ave. Broomfield, CO 80023

303-469-3521    www.rslc.org