Pastor Denise Kwiatkowski is our part time minister and has been with our church since 2016.
She can be reached by phone or text at 920-379-5084 or email her at
Pastor's Letter to the Church
Barb says it is time to write another newsletter. There is no news, end of letter!
Several years ago, getting a letter meant something. Because when we got a letter, it meant that someone had sat down with pen in hand and took the time to write, possibly for an hour or more. We remember those days. When we got a letter it was a GOOD day! I don’t know about you, but I would always read it twice before I wrote back. That way I would start to form the reply in my head. And I would sit down with pen in hand to write back. Sometimes the letters would be full of my news. You know - what we were doing, and that sort of thing. Sometimes the letters would be a little bit whiney, “I’m homesick!” Sometimes the letters were full of praise for the news I had just received in their letter.
Sometimes the letters were blah blah boring, because there really wasn’t anything new happening. But even when we got one of those boring letters, it still was great to get a letter in the mail! I didn’t write to people I didn’t care about. Too much work. I had to really like or love someone in order to spend that much time communicating with someone.
I love Jesus. I bet you do too! Are you willing to spend the time writing Him a letter? The good news is you don’t have to, you can just tell Him in prayer. That prayer can be full of your news. You know - what you are doing, and that sort of thing. Sometimes the prayers could be a little bit whiney, “I’m homesick!” Sometimes the prayers should be full of praise for the news you have just received. Sometimes your prayers may be blah blah boring, because there really wasn’t anything new happening. Jesus doesn’t care. He just wants to hear from you.
Ephesians 6 18 Pray in the Spirit at all times and on every occasion. Stay
alert and be persistent in your prayers for all believers everywhere. 19 And
pray for me, too. Ask God to give me the right words so I can boldly explain
God’s mysterious plan that the Good News is for Jews and Gentiles alike.
In His service,