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About EncourAGEnet

EncourAGEnet's purpose is linking, equipping, encouraging, and celebrating post-retirement service.

 

LEA EncourAGEnet was established in 2008. Among the Network's goals are to

·        prepare LEA members for post-retirement service

·        showcase examples of post-retirement service options

·        disseminate information about opportunities for service and resource people and  materials

·        encourage LEA connection to non-members by offering access to an e-mail distribution list, website, and Shaping the Future magazine.

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EncourAGEnet Bulletin


Proverbs special devotion: “In a Pig’s Eye” from the Proverbs for Teachers reprint series.

WOW… Be sure to see the new weekly Wednesday devotional piece—Words on Wednesday—a brief and encouraging devotional piece with a new presenter every week. Hear from Dr. Beth Pester today.

You’re invited too: See what $150 will buy. In case you got sidetracked while counting, you get virtual access to 22 sectionals and 4 keynotes plus moderated sessions at the 2021 Lutheran School Administrators Conference, March 22–23. And you don’t even need to leave town to get it. Something for administrators at all levels!

Generations… iGeneration and iDentity (Kyle Borg in ChurchLeaders) explains a few things.

Just what you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask… Learn the Lesson of Aaron’s Oily Beard (Tim Challies in @CHALLIES).

February 18, 2021


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Good-bye
and hello… As we say a temporary good-bye to the Alleluias, we say hello to Lent and its devotions: The Marks of Love from Lutheran Hour Ministries provides a daily supply.

Proverbs special devotion: “There’s Always Hope” from the Proverbs for Teachers reprint series.

WOW… Be sure to see the new weekly Wednesday devotional piece—Words on Wednesday—a brief and encouraging devotional piece with a new presenter every week. Hear from Rev. Dr. Gerard Bolling today.

Careless quilters? Israeli Archaeologist Finds First Purple Fabric from King David’s Era (Michele Chabin in Christianity Today).

Most important word in any language? Building and Destroying, Transforming and Terrifying—All with a Word (Jared Wilson in For the Church).

Leave with a grin… My doctor has referred me to all kinds of –ologists, so now should I worry that he gave me the name of an archaeologist?


February 11, 2021

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