refore since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken, let us be thankful, and so worship God acceptably with reverence and awe, for our "God is a consuming fire."
Hebrews 12:28-29


Worship

NOW HIRING:  SUNDAY MORNING CHILDCARE WORKERS

Peace would like to provide a nursery/childcare during the 10:30am service for children ages 3 and under.  To do that, we will be hiring staff in order to provide two, background-checked childcare providers (19 years or older) each Sunday in Room 104. If you would like to apply, contact Pastor at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 402.617.4100.   

 

PREPARE FOR NEXT SUNDAY

You are invited to prepare for the next gathered Sunday worship by meditating on these Scripture readings: Genesis 1:1–5; Romans 6:1–11; Mark 1:4–11

 

 

   

  

Education

 

ATTEND MICAH PARKER EVENT AT L.L.H.S.

Please join us this Wednesday, 6:30 pm in LL Main Gym, as we welcome Dr. Micah Parker who will be speaking to us about how God has used a significant personal tragedy to reach thousands of people with God’s Word, “Trust through Adversity”.  Dr. Parker’s 45-60 min presentation is appropriate for all ages and is presented at no charge. Confirmation Students and High School Youth will be attending.  Join us!

 

BEFORE YOU GIVE TO UNITED WAY...

... or to the American Cancer Society, or to American Red Cross (or other non-profits), please check out "Charity Watch List" at www.all.org/get-involved/charity-watchlist/.  You may be very surprised at the organizations who actively support abortion and/or embryonic stem cell research.  Yikes!    

    

 

   

 

 Fellowship 

SUPERBOWL PIZZAS FUNDRAISER

Would you be willing to support the high school youth ministry by buying pizzas?  There will be a table set up between services each Sunday in January to place your order.  There will be a table to order pizzas on Wednesday nights, also.  The last day to order pizzas will be Sunday, January 28th.  We do ask for payment at that time, so that supplies can be purchased.  For more info:  contact Tammy Greenlee 402.310.0281

 

ORDER A SINGING VALENTINE TELEGRAM

It’s that time of year again! If you are looking for a unique way to tell that special someone you appreciate them on Valentine’s Day, look no further than the Lincoln Lutheran HS Choir’s Singing Valentines. Valentines will be delivered in Lincoln on Feb. 13, 2018. To order a Valentine, you may pick up an order form at the front desk at Lincoln Lutheran, or you can find a copy of the order form in the school bulletin found on the LL website. Each valentine costs $30 if ordered before Feb. 9, and includes the singing valentine, a box of chocolates and a personal message. Order forms along with payment need to be sent to or dropped off at LL by Friday, Feb. 9th . After February 9th the cost is $35.

 

 

 

 

 

Evangelism

 

MISSIONS: 

Mike Herring, Team Leader

“… you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth."  Acts 1:8

LOCAL (“Jerusalem”)

 

NIGHT TO SHINE PROM

Night to Shine is an unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older. On one night, February 9, 2018, more than 500 churches from around the world will come together to host Night to Shine for approximately 90,000 honored guests through the support of 175,000 volunteers!  Tim Tebow will share how God sees every single one of the participants as Kings and Queens.  How can you help:  We have over 250 volunteer opportunities For more info:  http://www.christlutheranchurch.org/Index.asp?PageID=16338

 

HELP PEACE GET A GRANT

Lutheran Church Extension Fund (LCEF) empowers LCMS ministries with every dollar invested. Grants will be awarded in amounts of $500, $1,000 or $1,500 to help fund a specific outreach ministry project.  For more information and application instructions, please go to:  lcefuppermidwest.org/ne-lcef-outreach-grants/  Applications must be received by March 1, 2018.

 

NEBRASKA MARCH FOR LIFE, JANUARY 27

Throughout our country, those who consider all life to be sacred and worth protecting gather to commemorate a very dark day in our nation's history, the anniversary of the Supreme Court decision Roe vs. Wade, which legalized the killing of any unborn child for any reason. The 2018 Nebraska March for Life will be held on the front steps of the Nebraska Capitol in Lincoln at 10 a.m. on Saturday, January 27. Lutheran participants in the March are invited to gather at Trinity Lutheran Church (724 S. 12th Street) at 9 a.m. for treats, introductions, and a brief worship service.

 

 

 

      

REGIONAL (“Judea")

"CAMPERSHIPS" AVAILABLE

Camp Luther Summer Camp registration is now open! View our online brochure and register your child today at www.campluther.org/summer! Dates, prices, camp descriptions, and answers to frequently asked questions including discounts and financial aid, can all be found there as well.  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 402-352-5655.   Peace offers scholarships to help children of Peace members attend an LCMS camp.  See Mike Herring for details.

 

 

 

US (“Judea")

U.S. MISSIONS TRIP

Are you interested in going on a missions trip next summer, but need to stay in the US?  If so, talk with Tammy Greenlee (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or Mike Herring, (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) as plans are tentatively being made. 

 

   

 WORLD  (ends of the earth)

GO TO BELIZE ON MISSION!

Would you like to be part of Peace’s mission team to Belize?  It’s July 7-14, and they will be reaching the people of Seine Bight village through VBS, as well as construction and dental work.  For more information, attend the Information Meeting on January 14th at 11:45am in the Welcome Center and/or contact Jake Schuelke at 402.430.9541.

 

 

Service

HELP PATRICK'S BIO BROTHER

We are asking for your help to support Colton Wright and his family.  Colton is Patrick Haen’s biological brother.  Colton was diagnosed with A.L.L. leukemia and has been in Omaha's Children's hospital since December 19, 2017. There was hope that he would be coming home soon, but that has not been able to happen.  Would you please consider helping?  This two-year old is facing chemo treatments for the next THREE YEARS!  Mike and Michelle, his parents, are figuring out what this is going to mean for their day to day lives.  They are working with the insurance, but insurance won't help them with the gas for the many trips to/from Lincoln and Omaha (Children's Hospital), and won't help with the meals while they are there, groceries, student loans, the regular day to day bills, etc. PLEASE help in any way that you can!  Donate, send warm wishes, PRAY to our loving Father for complete healing for Colton!  For more info:  Chris Haen.  Please consider donating on this GoFundMe page. 

https://www.gofundme.com/coltons-fight-against-leukemia?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=email&utm_content=cta_button&utm_campaign=upd_n.   Thank you in advance for your consideration, donations and prayers. We want to see this little guy smiling and running around again!!!!  In Christ, Chris, Ralph, Patrick and Piper Haen

 

PANCAKES FOR PCAN  

Please join Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and School at 3825 Wildbriar Lane, Lincoln, Nebraska on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 from 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. for the 4th Annual Pancakes for PCAN (Pediatric Cancer Action Network) benefit -- raising awareness and funds to support local families who have a child diagnosed with cancer. 

 

 

FILL 'ER UP FOR FOOD BANK

Crossroads (Peace high school ministry) is coordinating a "Fill ‘Er Up" campaign for the food bank in Waverly.  Every Sunday in January, paper grocery sacks will be available at both services for anyone wanting to "Fill ‘Er Up" and donate to the food bank. After filling up the sack, place the sack behind your car and a Crossroads member will retrieve the sack and unload the donation.  The Waverly food bank especially needs:  cooking oil, fruit, especially pineapple and mixed fruit(fruit cocktail), Jelly and jam, pancake mix, Flour, Sugar, Ketchup, Mustard, Pasta sides, Rice sides, Cake mixes, Peanut butter, Canned chicken, Canned pasta, Hamburger helper, Salmon, Ramen noodles.  Personal care items:  Tooth paste, Tooth brushes, Shampoo, Deodorant.  Any questions, contact Tammy Greenlee at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 402.310.0281.  Thank you.

 

  

        

Stewardship

 SHELVING UNITS NEEDED

In order to organize the things in the storage loft above the CrossRoads youth room (VBS material, sound system, seasonal decorations, financial records, etc), we are need of shelving units.  If you have some sturdy shelves you no longer need and would like to donate them, please contact Ashley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 402.786.2345.  Thank you!

 

SCRIP CARDS FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS

If you would like to purchase SCRIP cards for Christmas gifts, please see Mavis Nielson, Tonya Danson or Rochell Frazier.  You designate which ministry “Profits” from your purchase.  Online orders taken the last Sunday of the month.  Order forms available for other vendors. SCRIP supports Peace! 

 

  

PBECC

 Kayla Baker, Director

Our Mission

To bring families to Jesus by providing a high-quality, Christ-centered preschool and child care experience for the families of our community.  We will partner with families to give their children the early Christian education and loving care they need.

For more information:  peacewaverly.org/pbecc or 402.786.2345 

 

TEACHER ASSISTANT NEEDED

Peaceful Beginnings is in need of teacher assistants who love God and kids, are dependable, reliable and full of energy, who can communicate well with both staff and parents, and lift up to 30lbs.  Applicants must be a team player, flexible, and be able to be operate near the floor on the children's level. Will take CPR, First Aid as well as other State required in-services. Part-time hours and days may vary.