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2509, 2016

A Mother’s Story

by Leigh Williams Riley receiving his third grade Bible was the highlight of our week. The service was so special seeing our third grader walk up and receive his own personalized bible presented by Dr. Pace. It is a memory that will forever be etched in our minds. Riley enjoyed […]

1809, 2016

A Conversation with Nick and Nathan

by: Tyler Neely While I had grown up saying I was a Christian, I never actually knew Jesus or recognized that he was someone who I could have a relationship with until my senior year of high school. The first time that I learned who Jesus was, […]

1109, 2016

Why I Hang Out (sort of) With the Kids

by Bruce Jameson A few years ago I decided to focus my efforts at St. Lukes on Student Ministries. I didn’t really have a plan, so I thought it’d be best to sit in the back of the room, listen, and watch until I figured out where […]

409, 2016

South Louisiana Feels the Love, St. Luke’s!

Between the 115 flood buckets, 7,674 diapers, and a team that went to Baton Rouge to muck out flooded houses, St. Luke’s lived out our Inside- Out Habit of giving ourselves away in generosity and service. While in Baton Rouge, the team had the opportunity to serve […]

2808, 2016

Finding a Beautiful Group

By Victoria Klinker About four years ago, my father Paul Gatlin was diagnosed with a brain disease called Frontal Temporal Degeneration. The lives of everyone in our family were drastically changed, but the bond of our family has only become stronger. Three years ago, my husband Matt […]

2108, 2016

Something Very Special

Isolation is one of the largest problems experienced by special needs families. It’s funny how it starts with you just trying to do everything you can for your child… and then, you realize you’re doing nothing for yourself and you’ve cut yourself off from others. It’s not […]