Entries by Brinkley Harrell

School Supplies and Canned Fruit

Part of our mission as Zion Lutheran Church is to serve God’s people, especially the most vulnerable in our community.  We do that in a lot of different ways here at Zion.  For instance, we have this great connection with our friends at Taking it to the Streets, which provides food for the homeless in […]

Detroit

Today’s blog is by Travis Baker, Youth Minister. At first, Detroit looked to be a new experience for our youth. They went in search of a place they could help. They went in search of the excitement that comes with a youth trip and a new city to explore. They went hoping they could reconnect […]

Holy Smoke 2!!

This Sunday our Lutheran Men in Mission is partnering with the Women of Zion for our second Holy Smoke! event.  Come out for some sausage, beans, and potato salad plates.  You can get them to go or eat in Fellowship Hall.  Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for children. The proceeds from this event […]

The Great Controversy – Part 2

Yesterday I wrote about a book that had been in several mailboxes by the title The Great Controversy.  I’ve not read the book yet and probably won’t get to it any time soon.  But here are some of my thoughts:   The author, Ellen G. White, is a really important figure in the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) […]

The Great Controversy in my mailbox

Several folks have asked me about a book they’ve received in their mailbox.  Here’s an image of the book: Maybe you’ve seen it in your own mailbox.  I had several people asking me about it.  So here’s what I know… This book was written by Ellen White, an important person in the Seventh-day Adventist Church (SDA). […]

Life Together

by Vicar Emily Ebert Life Together. We all have our own ideas of what the phrase, ‘Life Together’ implies. We all have our own communities of which we are a part, and our own ways of existing within them. We throw around words of ‘love’ and ‘community’ as followers of Christ, but how do those […]

VBS 2015

VBS is coming to Zion!  Our education director, Karen Stein is hard at work preparing for another year of great learning and fun June 15-19.  We thought we’d share a few pieces of information about this year’s VBS: -Please register by going to this website by June 7.  While the morning session is already full, there […]

Loop 1604 Construction

Loop 1604 is under construction! Every day I see and hear the tractors and trucks working on 1604 and Braun. I need to share with you very important information about a road closure at Loop 1604 and Braun May 30-31 (Saturday and Sunday). Braun Road will be closed at 1604 while the contractor lays the […]