Led by Rev. Dale Blanchard
Leaders don’t always follow the same path and sometimes we don’t recognize ourselves as leaders, but it is so very important for us to get refreshed, to be with like-minded women, to stop and listen to the Word of God – for no matter what type of leader we are, we all need and desire the Word of God. Come and participate/listen to this Bible study which addresses leadership … you need it and we need you to be there.
Save The Date — Chose Saturday, March 18th at Peace Lutheran Church, Beaver Dam, OR March 25th at First Immanuel Lutheran Church, Cedarburg.
For you are my rock and my fortress; and for your name’s sake you lead me and guide me. Psalms 31:3
8:30-9:10 a.m. Registration, lunch provided at 11:45, dismissal 2:30 p.m.
- Part 1 – Qualifications of a Leader;
Who is a leader and what qualifies us to lead?
- Part 2 – Priorities & Motives of Christian Leaders;
How do we set such priorities? How do I examine my heart for motives?
- Part 3 – Characteristics of Christian Leaders.
What characteristics are most desired by God in a leader?
Food for the soul/mind and Food for the body provided. If you have any questions, please contact Lydia Beasley, email@example.com or at 414-617-9550.
Vicar David Blas, since his induction for Hispanic ministry in South Wisconsin District on January 10, has been embracing the Hispanic community in the Sheboygan County area. “THE LORD is doing great things at Sheboygan County Hispanic Outreach! He is bringing the people who need to be here in order to hear The Gospel and be saved! I’m really happy and humble to be up here in Sheboygan County!” said Vicar Blas.
A Cinco de Mayo and Day of the Child event was hosted on April 30 at Immanuel in Sheboygan. There was a service of worship, food and fellowship, and games for the kids. Many smiles were seen! Approximately 70 attended the event and many people were asking when the Outreach would begin to have worship services.
On May 22 the Outreach worked with Pastor Alan Kretschmar of St. Paul, Sheboygan, to conduct the their first baptism! A third grade girl was welcomed into the family of God through those precious waters of Holy Baptism! But that is not the end of the excitement for the Outreach and St. Paul. Next year, this young lady will become a student at St. Paul’ school. The Outreach is continuing to forge partnerships that share the Gospel as well as connect Hispanics to Lutheran schools. Immanuel, Sheboygan, also has had students enroll for next school year because of the work of the Outreach.
The first worship service was held on June 5, 2016, at 11:30 a.m. in the sanctuary of Immanuel in Sheboygan. District President, Rev. Dr. John Wille, commented, “It is a story of Amazing Grace to see this Latino mission get underway in, of all places, Sheboygan! I give thanks for the pastors and congregations in Sheboygan who have moved this forward in partnership with SWD. Vicar Blas is passionate about reaching out to the Latinos in the area. Whenever we confess Christ as Lord and Savior, people are blessed and we with them.”
According to Rev. Nathan Meador, “This mission effort has been designed through the South Wisconsin District and the tri-circuits in the Sheboygan area. Besides the support of the District and these churches, a number of donors from the District have supported this mission effort.” Thanks be to God for ALL that He does in our District.
Going forward, your congregation is invited to prayerfully consider becoming a partner in this ministry. If your congregation is willing to make a financial contribution to this mission, please share that with the Steering Committee through Pastor Meador at St. John, Plymouth. The telephone number is 920-893-3071. In addition, there will be the need to gather a list of people for the vicar/missionary to contact when he gets his boots on the ground. Most important, please commit this mission opportunity in our own back yard (nearly 10% of Sheboygan County is Hispanic in origin) to prayer.
Vicar David Blas is very passionate for his work in Sheboygan County. If you would like Vicar Blas to speak with your congregation, please coordinate this with Rev. Meador.
If you have any questions about this mission opportunity or any other mission project of the district, contact the District staff at 414-464-8100.