September 24, 2020

LynnDaily Devotion

What effect do you have when you enter a conversation? There are people who bring wisdom, peace, and clarity to a conversation. There are also people who bring bitterness, anger, and confusion. Which one are you?

We can be either one, depending on the words we choose. We can be a blessing or a curse. With the words we choose, we can make someone’s day, or ruin it.

Through the apostle Paul, God taught the Ephesians to eliminate toxic speech and to choose to build people up and to bless them. Rage and anger are the result of sin, not of faith. Faith brings forgiveness and compassion.

We pray that God would cause us to grow in faith, to become more and more like Jesus. We want to forgive the same way we’re forgiven. We know how much we need to be forgiven for our selfish thoughts, our careless words, and our hurtful deeds. When we sin, want our forgiveness to be complete, our guilt completely washed away, and our good name restored.

So does everyone else. So do the people who sin against us. Let’s offer God’s complete forgiveness and walk in the love that only God can bring.


God bless,

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Here is this week’s bulletin: 2020-09-20 The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

Announcements:2020-09-20 Announcements The Sixteenth Sunday after Pentecost

We’re Starting Bible Classes! The first Sunday in October (the 4th), we will hold a half hour Bible class downstairs in church after each of our services. You are welcome and encouraged to attend. We will observe whatever the current mandates are and we are going to ask you to clean surfaces at the end of class.

Politics is driving me crazy! This election season is as chaotic as any that we can remember. Talk and drama about the upcoming presidential election are hot. Social media tensions are rising, loved ones are dividing along party lines, and candidates are slinging mud at their opponents. In response, frustrated Christians often wonder what’s happening to America and where God is in the confusion. We’re going to find a calm, biblical approach to politics. Starting Sunday, October 4, we’ll look at how God has set up the government as his instrument of order and how we’re supposed to relate to it. We’ll look at the two kingdoms, the separation between church and state, and our messy political world. It’s going to be great! We’ll meet in the church basement after both Sunday morning services.

We Need Your Input!

With everything up in the air due to COVID, our evangelism plans are uncertain.  Your feedback will help us decide if this is a way we want to reach out to our community.

Please take these 3 short surveys:

Trunk or Treat Survey 

Christmas 4 Kids Survey 

Living Nativity 2021 Survey 

Hello Families, 

Have you been looking for a fun activity to connect with your children? I know I have but I don’t have a lot of extra time. Do any of you find yourself in the same boat? Well Trinity Lutheran Church and School has a great solution to this obstacle. It’s our virtual sunday school. The teaching of the sunday school is provided on YouTube. The YouTube video allows you to get into God’s Word with your child easily. A christ-light lesson paper is provided to you at no cost as well to follow along with the YouTube lesson. If you wish to view one of the YouTube lessons feel free to go to Northwestern Publishing House on YouTube and click on the christ-light sunday school lesson. 

   Now after reading this letter and viewing the christ-light lesson on YouTube please strongly consider taking a quick break with your amazing children to explore God’s Word with your family. If you have any questions at all please contact me, Kat Ehlers, at 989-326-0396. I mostly respond to text messages but feel free to call as well. I dont always answer numbers I don’t know so please leave a voicemail and I will call you back as soon as I can. And if you wish to get involved please call Trinity Lutheran Church at 715-732-9868 (leave a message if your call is not answered) or you can text or call me, Kat Ehlers, with your child’s first and last name and the grade they are in. To see a preview of this Sunday, September 20 Lesson Video and Student Lesson, visit  Printed Student Lessons for your child will be available for pick-up at church  OR Printed Student Lessons for your child will be mailed directly to your home. If you would like them mailed directly to your home, or sent via email please contact the church office. May God bless your child as we together continue to share His love.


God’s blessing to you and your family,

Kat Ehlers