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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


By Any Measure—Unattractive (CACE blog)… Christianity can seem unattractive…as you well have experienced.

Old School Children’s Ministry Songs…A Trip Down Memory Lane (Dale Hudson for Relevant Children’s Ministry)… This article also illustrates the accordion is a liturgically acceptable instrument of praise to God. (No, that’s not me in the photo. My first accordion was red. My second accordion loved to play “For All the Saints.” For some reason, I can’t find either one of them. Could have something to do with the restraining order.)

Encouraging Words From Dick Koehneke provides realistic and indeed encouragement from the latest issue of Rich and Charlie Resources.

Make the Case for Life offers advice on how to answer pro-abortion arguments (John Stonestreet & David Carlson for BreakPoint). Be sure to see the resources available from Lutherans For Life too! Life Sunday is January 20.

Retired LEA devotion…
Since this publication is especially for retired educators, perhaps you would enjoy access to a retired LEA devotion. See “High and Low” from 2002.

January 17, 2019

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What’s New for Medicare in 2019 by My Medicare Matters Team in the NCOA Blog.

Rich and Charlie Resources has its January newsletter waiting for you. Always thoughtful reading—with a few smiles and giggles thrown in for good measure.

Red Crayons by Chuck Strohacker in Shaping the Future may bring back memories—especially if you’ve ever run the primary grade sub gauntlet.

Life Sunday – Lutherans For Life—is January 20. Most people know LFL for its pro-life platform and ministry, but did you know it also addresses end-of-life issues?

Retired LEA devotion… Since this publication is especially for retired educators, perhaps you would enjoy access to a retired LEA devotion. See “Play Favorites” from 2003.

January 10, 2019

 

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