CHURCH BOARD

 
Dave Anderson – President
Dave Schilke – Vice President/Treasurer
Pastor Kip Tyler (Contact)
Brad Burklund 
Jon Krier
Lori Mathison
Jerry Osborne
Dave Monson
Toni Thompson
Meeting Calendar
 
Tuesday, August 22nd – 6:30pm @ West – W 10/11
Tuesday, September 19 – 6:30pm @ East – E21

The Board is charged with responsibility for all aspects of our congregation (financial, operational, legal, staff, etc.), and we commit to you to use our collective efforts to fulfill these obligations with the utmost care and diligence. The Board will also place a large emphasis on becoming true servant-leaders of our congregation. We intend to spend considerable time focusing on such strategic matters as: Is our mission and vision clearly articulated? Is our mission and vision compelling? What characteristics would be present in our congregation if the mission and vision were fully embraced? This focus will require your Board to review and consider all aspects of our congregation to determine if, strategically, we are in the best position to win people to Christ, help them grow in their relationship with Him and equip them to live lives of servant-leaders for Him.

The Board also feels strongly that we should be in prayer for our congregation. At every Board meeting we will take time to pray for our members and the needs of our congregation so please let any Board member or pastor know if you have a prayer request. It would be a true privilege for our Board to lift you up in prayer.

 

The Mission

“Mission gives your life purpose”
“The mission of Lutheran Church of the Master is to make Christ known to all people; aiding them to become baptized believers, equipping them to become committed disciples of Christ,
and inspiring them to become Christian servant leaders in God’s Church and world.”

 

“Board Connection” Articles from the Monthly Newsletter

June 2017

One of the Board’s directives for Church development is to focus our ongoing ministry outside the walls of our two church campuses. Getting out and reaching and serving people where they are. A central purpose for our Congregation’s existence is to “go and make disciples.” In other words, through our love and action we seek to answer the question, “who will be the heart, smile, arms and legs of our Lord to those who don’t know Him?”


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May 2017

At our March meeting, members of the Call Committee attended the meeting where issues about the ongoing call process were discussed. The committee is continuing to look for, and then review, qualified applicants for the position of Campus Pastor at our 114th & Center location. During the meeting, the approval of a new logo for LCM was adopted. You will be seeing the logo soon.

Thanks to all of you in our congregation, the financial well- being of LCM is in great shape. The expense budget and funds received for the first part of 2017 are in line with projections. This will allow LCM to grow programs to achieve our mission.


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