Category: Newsletter

  • June 2023 Newsletter

    The Kroger Community Rewards program makes fundraising easy by donating to Christ the King based on the shopping you do every day. Once you link your card with Christ the King Grosse Pointe, all you have to do is swipe your Shopper’s Card and Kroger will donate a percentage of your spending to us.

  • February 2023 Newsletter

    “Father forgive them for they know not what they do (Luke 23:34).” Do we find ourselves inwardly and/or outwardly miserable in heart and mind because we truthfully do not forgive others who have wronged us?

  • December 2022 Newsletter

    As we approach the Nativity of our Lord and the beginning of a new calendar year, I want to lay before you truths about your worship life because you are a person who has professed a faith in Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.

  • October 2022 Newsletter

    unday September 11th was a blessed day for us at Christ the King as we gathered to say thank you to God for 80 years of grace and blessing. In my sermon that day, the Lord reminded us that the central purpose of Christ the King Church and Preschool was, is and ever shall be the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Good News of God rescuing and redeeming us lost sinners through the death and resurrection of Jesus. This continues to be the hope-filled message we proclaim to the world around us, a world steeped in a culture of death and despair.

  • June 2022 Newsletter

    When I think of the weather getting warm, I think back to playing happily with my cousins on the playground of Eugene Field School, an elementary school in my aunt and uncle’s neighborhood in Sioux Falls, S.D. The school was named after Eugene Field, an American writer who lived from 1850-1895 and was known for his children’s poetry and his humorous essays. One of his children’s poems is entitled “Krinken.” Field writes: “Krinken was a little child; It was summer when he smiled.”

  • February 2022 Newsletter

    A person with a healthy, living, spiritual life in Jesus Christ knows that we can never go long in life forgetting the reality that we are living with danger all the time and are in desperate need of our Savior. In 2020, the Edenville and Sanford dams failed in mid-Michigan causing much destruction to land, homes and even one of our own Lutheran Churches in Midland.