At our March 20th meeting, calls were extended to Mr. Aaron Hartwig of St. Paul's North Fond du Lac to be our principal, and to Mrs. Nicole Aderholdt of Green Bay to serve as our 3rd grade teacher.
At our March 28th meeting, a call was extended to Mr. Steven Towne of Trinity in Bay City, MI to serve as our 5th grade teacher and assistant athletic director.
We've received the following acknowledgement letters related to our March 20th call meeting:
Dear members of St. Paul Lutheran,
This week, I was issued the Divine Call to serve as principal for your school. I thank you for the confidence you have placed in me by extending this Call and I ask sincerely for your advice and your prayers during the upcoming days as I deliberate where I can best serve in Christ’s Kingdom. On a personal level, it is proving to be a humbling yet healthy experience to deliberate between the two Calls I currently hold (both to Green Bay and to St. Paul’s in North Fond du Lac, WI). Again, I thank you for your prayers and your guidance.
In Christ, Aaron Hartwig
To the members at St. Paul Lutheran Church,
I am writing to acknowledge the divine call that I received to serve as the third-grade teacher at your school. I am humbled to receive the call to serve in your school. In the days ahead I will be in contact with other teachers and leaders of St. Paul in an effort to learn as much as I can about where I can best serve the Lord in his kingdom. I look forward to learning more about your school. In the meantime, I humbly ask for your prayers that the Lord would lead me to a decision that pleases him.
Thank you and God Bless,
Mrs. Nicole Aderholdt
Dear Pastor Zabell and members of St. Paul,
I have received the divine call you have extended to me to teach the 5th grade at your school and act as associate Athletic Director. I want you to know that in the days that follow, I will give this call and the congregation I currently serve prayerful consideration. I ask for your prayers as well. Receiving a call is always an exciting yet difficult thing as you re-evaluate your talents and situation to try to determine where best to serve. I am comforted knowing that the Lord will guide that decision.
Mr. Zwieg has already been in contact with me several times. I look forward to researching the information he has sent me and speaking with more of you soon.
God bless your day,
Please keep Mrs. Aderholdt, Mr. Hartwig, and Mr. Towne in your prayers during this time of deliberation, and pray for the gospel ministry of our Lord Jesus here and everywhere, that many more souls may come to know him be saved now and in the days ahead.