Born and raised in Fort Wayne, I am thrilled to see the momentum of our strong, growing and vibrant community. Our leaders have shared and continue to collaborate on a vision that will benefit generations well into the future. They actively participate and give back through nonprofit involvement. We have thousands of nonprofit organizations in our area that benefit from such generosity.
Concordia Lutheran High School is pleased to announce that Andrew Wade, a senior starting defensive end for 2016 football state championship team, will sign a letter of intent to continue his football career at Concordia University-Ann Arbor. Andrew has been a four-year member of the Concordia football team.
In a world where we can sometimes get lost in the shuffle, or feel like just another person in the crowd, I find it so comforting to know that we all have a special place in God’s heart. He has a heart with your name on it! So, whether you have a “valentine” this year or not, remember that God’s heart is full of love for you, and is given for you to share with others!
A lot has changed in the world since the beginning of the Reformation, but some things will never change. The truth is still under attack. At Concordia Lutheran High School, we’re all about upholding the truth of God’s Word. After all, we are a Christ-centered community. We are not Christ-centered because we have put Him at the center. We are Christ-centered because Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life (John 14:6).