Time to stop and count blessings again today. It’s only Wednesday and we have 1/2 of a floor on the new wing of the Lutheran Heritage Center, we had another awesome Bible Study on our journey with the Psalms, and progress in the archives is becoming measurable (what a relief.) In the lower level archives, … More Hungry for Autumn Color and a “Warren” of School Kids!
I have been spending my wake-up prayer and quiet time recently reading Psalms. We will be studying these ‘words to the music” beginning next Wednesday, June 5, at 9:00 a.m. in our beautiful Reading Room. Please join us. Some of the regional pastors will be taking turns leading us. This week our museum team and … More The Lord is Always with Us
Perry County Lutheran Historical Society president, Warren Schmidt has authored the first book in a historical fiction series about Wittenberg, Missouri. It is simply wonderful. I often tell patrons, when they are curious about Wittenberg, that “Wittenberg may look like a former town, but our Wittenbergers are alive and well.” I celebrate that all of … More The Beginning of Two New Series
He’s a researcher, author, teacher, husband, a “Grumps” to a pretty special crew, a proud Lutheran, our President, a woodworker, a gardner, and our friend. Happy Birthday, Warren!
Many of us have a bit of “political propaganda” fatigue, so this is my solution for a respite. I will create a series of spotlights on the folks who keep this amazing Historical Society and Heritage Center alive. My inaugural post will feature our Historical Society President and First Lady, Warren and Sandra Schmidt. I … More Meet Our President & First Lady
We had a wonderful day on Saturday with author, Ann Hazelwood. She is a “rock star” in the world of quilt fiction and her new series will feature East Perry County and a cast of characters who will ring familiar if you know the “real life” characters in our region. The title of the inaugural book … More Hazelwood was in the House