As a way to promote communication with, and show appreciation for clergy in the greater Spokane area, Fairchild Air Force Base hosted local clergy May 10th, 2013. Approximately 45 clergy members from a wide variety of faith practices in our area were welcomed on base and shown a bit of what Fairchild is all about, including tours of a KC-135 and the SEER school. In this photo, from our synod are, Bishop Martin Wells, Pastors David Ophus, Eric Dull, Ward Robak and Steve Pannkuk.
Trinity proudly announces that it is featured in a segment of “Viewpoints with Terry Bradshaw” that highlights innovative, faith-based colleges. The program will run on CNN-affiliated stations in 15 national markets in the coming months. - See more at: http://tlc.edu/news/viewpoints.html#sthash.lwUPlK11.dpuf
Trinity Lutheran College proudly announces that it is featured in a segment of "Viewpoints with Terry Bradshaw" that highlightes innovative, faith-based colleges. The program will run on CNN-affiliated stations in fifteen national markets in the coming months.
Living a Generous Life: Returning God's Gifts
Mark Allan Powell September 6-8, 2013Moscow, Idaho
Today we are in a special moment where we could turn this around. Working though Lutheran churches in Africa, the ELCA Malaria Campaign is uniquely positioned to provide mosquito nets, insecticides, medication, health care, education and more to help eliminate deaths from this disease—for good. To date, the Eastern Washington-Idaho Synod has given $20,984.25 to this cause. For more information, visit the ELCA Malaria Campaign.