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Devotion: Chariots, Horses and Cathedrals

I saw Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris for the first time while on a Denver Lutheran High tour of Europe. It was nineteen years ago that our group adventured through London, Paris, Rome, Versailles and the Amalfi Coast, and it was a trip I’ll never forget.


Devotion: Mud Pies or Holidays?

“It would seem that our Lord finds our desires not too strong, but too weak...like an ignorant child who wants to go on making mud pies in a slum because he cannot imagine what is meant by the offer of a holiday at the sea. We are far too easily pleased.” --C.S. Lewis, The Weight of Glory


Lumps of Clay

One of these days you should wander into an art classroom at LuHi and watch our talented ceramics students. You’ll see that a beautiful piece of pottery is not created by chance, but is dependent on many fine details: the malleability and composition of the clay, the deftness of the artist’s hands, the humidity and temperature of the kiln, and of course, the skill of the master’s hands.


Worship Class Chapel: The Office

So frequently in life, we are determined by our performances. We think getting into heaven looks like what Jack and Patrik had to go through to get into worship class. Unfortunately, some people think this is what it’s going to look like in heaven: a process of weighing our deeds and trying to live up to expectations.


An Open Letter to LuHi Parents

Dear Parent,

As you know, the teenage years can be some of the best and some of the most tumultuous times. Teens need extra support from their parents. As a result, parents need extra support. Busy schedules and adolescent hormones can make you feel isolated on a lonely island of teen parenting. You need to be equipped to nurture your child and hear you are not alone on this precarious journey. Who do you turn to for help?


Why Chapel is so Essential to Life at LuHi

In this day and age, it’s easy to swipe a phone screen to message a friend, post an Instagram pic or send a Snapchat. Our phones are never out of reach and our connections are always within reach. And why not? It makes friendships easier, right? We talk to people more often—maybe even to God, since our Bible app is on our screen and can be accessed anytime, anywhere.


I'll Just Be Over Here Building My Doomsday Ark

Every year my financial advisor likes to remind me, “You know, if you would just start teaching public school, at this point you’d be making like 32% more per year”.


A History Lesson from a LuHi Science Teacher

How do we think?

What makes teachers at Lutheran high a little different than teachers elsewhere? Speaking as a teacher, it comes down to how we teach our students to think.


Worship Class Chapel: Who we are in Christ

This video was made by our worship class for chapel on February 2nd, 2018. Too often as humans, we try to be something that we are not. We look to our faults as humans instead of celebrating who God made us to be.


He Said Whaaat?! An Easter Devotion

The last word Jesus spoke on the cross, and another phrase He spoke hours earlier when He was arrested in the Garden of Gethsemane are incredible: Tetelestai and Ego eimi.


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