|The Jason Ewart views went over 1000 in a few days,|
when 300 views after a month is quite the goldrush.
How Did This Happen? A Welcome Change of District Presidents?
WELS Pastor Ewart Introduced by a Sneering Mark Jeske, So We Can Hear Jason Ewart Sneeringly Talk about How Great He Really Is.
Pride Still Goes Before a Fall - Mark Jeske and Jason Ewart
That Is the Church Where Paul Kelm and Ski Preached
Copied from Church and Change, 2013 - Ewart leading a Changer session.
This Is the Church Where Al Al Schleusener Served from 2002 to 2009
Now Schleusener is here, but Oconomowoc is not in his current bio or at Hope.
|Ewart Installation Photo, 2009.|
|Those in Church and Change or Die! seem to have|
swallowed the Holy Ghost feathers and all.
On February 8th, our new shepherd, Pastor Jason, was installed. The service took place at the Summit Town Hall at 3:00 pm. Many area pastor participated. It was an exciting time for our Hope members and friends to be able to welcome Pastor Jason and his family to Hope.
Anonymous has left a new comment on your post "What's Cooking, Doc?":
Duh....there's like four guys wearing ties in the picture...
GJ - So you get the joke or not?
Hope in Jesus--WELS--extended a call to Ski at the same time he got the call from Tim Glende to start The CORE.
| Pastor Al Schleusener forgot to list|
Hope Lutheran Church in Oconomowoc.
He is buddies with Rob Guenther, the WELS CP
who was frantic in protecting the Love Letter Pastor.
The former pastor was a chef, who subsequently resigned from the ministry. But Pastor Al Schleusener landed in China and came back to Minnesota.
http://www.hopeinjesus.org// - [Cached Version]
Published on: 11/2/2007 Last Visited: 11/2/2007
Pastor Al Schleusener A native of Tomah , Wisconsin, Al enjoyed sports, outdoor activities, sports cars and art while growing up.As a young adult, his passion was culinary arts, which motivated him to earn a degree in Hotel and Restaurant Management from the University of Wisconsin-Stout, leading to a career as a chef. Although Al had a successful "first" career he decided to return to school and embark on his true vocation, the ministry.From Martin Luther College (where he met his wife, Chanda), Al attended the Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary, along the way serving a one-year vicarage at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Al and Chanda were married in 1998. After their wedding, they served for two years as missionaries in Taiwan, and had numerous opportunities for travel and exploration.But the ultimate highlight of their life together came in January 2003, when God blessed Al and Chanda with their first child, Kyla Marie.
Al is excited and committed to serving his God as Pastor of Hope Lutheran Church.And we are grateful and fortunate to have him and his family with us as we pursue our mission. Blended Worship Everyone has his or her vision of worship.
Pastor Al SchleusenerBlended Worship
HOPE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Worshiping in the Summit Town Hall
2911 N. Dousman Rd
Office: 143 N Main Street, Dousman
Sunday Service – 9:00 AM
At Hope, the Bible is the foundation of our faith. We believe that
Christ, through the teachings of the Bible, guides us through all
our actions. We strive to bring to the community real world applications
of the Word of God. Our services are easy to follow and
our messages are relevant to today. Visitors are always welcome!
October 22, 2006 at 9:00 am
Hope Lutheran Church will be holding a special Baptism Service.
Christian Baptism will be offered to any in the community who
desire it. This offer is extended to both adults and children who
have never had a Christian baptism. Those interested in baptism
for themselves or for their children are asked to contact Pastor Al
at 262-965-5762 or PastorAl@hopeinjesus.org.
Pastor Al will be available in the weeks ahead of the service to sit
down and discuss the Biblical meaning of baptism with any who
are interested. A special reception will be held following the service
in honor of those who are baptized.
“Unless a man is born of water and the Spirit, he cannot enter the
kingdom of God” John 3:5
Upcoming events include:
• Women’s “Advent by Candlelight”, an evening to prepare your
hearts and minds for the coming Christ Child -
• Hayride/Children’s Costume Contest - October
• Nature Hike – Early November
• Bread and Bible cooking class/Bible study – Oct-Nov-Dec
For more information on these and other activities please call the
church office – 262-965-5762
Evidence of Schwaermerism goes beyond the Pietistic cell groups being formed:
Fellowship Team Faye Frederich
Outreach Team Mike Thiele
Powerpoint Team Liz Silkey
Praise Team Dale Dahlke
Prayer Team Vicki Beck and Pam Strunk
Resources Team Scott Wood
Stewardship Team Les Strunk
Worship Team Jeff Neuberger
From the website:
Dousman Chili Contest - Meet and Greet
We are so excited that our First Chili Tasting Contest - Meet and Greet was a HUGE success! Over twenty Hoper's participated in inviting the Dousman Community into our Dousman Office. As an added bonus we won second place for Curly and Kathy's Wild Game Chili!!!!
Advent by Candlelight 2008
On Sunday, November 30th, the Ladies of Hope held their 5th annual "Advent by Candlelight" program. This program has been a wonderful way for Hope's women to prepare their hearts for the coming of their Savior. This year Wendysue Fleugge led the women in our celebration of the Advent of Christ with song.
In His Wake
The Thursday Small Group sponsored this tremendous event this summer. Invitations were given to youth from the ROC (Watertown's Recreation Outreach Center) to attend this day of Christian Fellowship and fun on the water. The event was held at the home of members, Cathy and Brian Porter. The day began and ended with prayer and devotion. Inbetween was packed with FUN!
Dousman Parade 2007
Flag Distribution - Hope members walked in the Oconomowoc Independance Day Parade, the Pretty Lake 4th of July Parade, and the Dousman Derby Days Parade. Over 4,000 flags were handed out. Each flag included an invite to our Baptism Sunday. Our Baptism Sunday offers Christian baptism to any in the community. People wishing to be baptized were asked to attend informational meetings with Pastor instructing them of the grace recieved through this gift of God.
GJ - Does anyone else suspect there is a database of Growth-Ideas-That-Work?