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The LuHi Blog

Amy Kopecky

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Photographer Gracie Oertli shares her talent and light with clients

“When people get married overseas, they want a photographer who wants to have fun with them,” says 2016 graduate Gracie Oertli. “But you also have to be adaptable and think fast on your feet.”


Teacher Spotlight: Jan Hoener, Parker Pioneer

You know her as our British Literature and Public Speaking teacher, but did you realize Mrs. Hoener played a significant role in the founding of our Parker campus? She also enjoys reading (especially historical fiction mysteries), gardening, traveling, photography, and spending time with her family. Read on to learn more about one of our beloved teachers!


Breathing with God

“In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” - John 1:1


Academies Spotlight: Lights Academy

When Daniel Saline joined the very first Lights Academy, he didn’t realize how much it would change his life.


Staff Spotlight: Lynne Rodefeld, Serving behind the scenes

It’s important to step back from our daily rhythms sometimes and reflect on all the wonderful work God is doing at Lutheran High. Thanks to His provision, our student body is growing and thriving; our facilities are growing; our teachers lead with compassion and wisdom; and even when we don’t see them in our classrooms and hallways, many staff members work tirelessly to keep the engine under our “ministry hood” running efficiently.


Devo: Children of the Day

I saw the first Christmas lights this year at the beginning of October. Even before the pandemic, people have been decking their halls before Thanksgiving, but recent events seem to have pushed more people aboard the very early Polar Express.


Devo: Praying Psalm 40

When you open your Bible, how do you read it? This isn’t a rhetorical question, but one to really think about because people read God’s Word with different methods.


Staff Spotlight: John Rinks, Ambassador and Storyteller for LuHi

You might know him as LuHi’s talented sports videographer, filming at sports games and editing highlight reels for students and families. Students may recall his interesting archeological insights that he shares as a guest teacher in theology or history classes. But what you may not realize is that John Rinks’ primary role at LuHi is as an ambassador and storyteller.


Devo: For the Girls, The Secret Ingredient

Girls, we’re talking to you today. (But fellas, you can connect with our word today, too.)


Devo: Wonderfully Made

If you walked into a room full of people you had never met, how would you describe yourself?


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