The Next Generation of Christian Leaders
by supporting our first annual fundraising campaign
St. John Lutheran School offers a quality Christ-centered education for the entire northeastern Indiana community. Our students thrive in an environment that truly fulfills our mission to reach all with Christ as we partner with families to nurture faith, promote discipleship, develop God-given talents and abilities, and encourage academic excellence.
To ensure the continued success of St. John’s mission, we are conducting our first-ever annual fundraising campaign. Your gift will be graciously matched dollar for dollar by the Dekko Foundation.
You can make a donation by contacting the school or donate online:
“I personally didn’t come to fully understand God’s plan for my life until I was a junior in high school, but the foundation had been set before me ‘Train a child in the way he should go and he will not turn away from it.”’ (GWT) The foundation that is being laid at St John is one of love, purpose, and can be built upon throughout life. I’m thankful for all the teachers who poured their faith and love into my life.”
Matt Shull – Shull Ministries, Tulsa, Oklahoma
“I am so thankful for my St. John Education. The school, partnering with my parents, truly formed a foundation of faith in Jesus Christ in me at a very young age. The teachers not only taught us about God and His word, they were examples of His love to each of their students. The lessons I was taught here became a part of who I am and will forever impact how I live my life.”
Melinda Hamlin White - mother, teacher, and former St. John student
“There were times when the budget said ‘no’ to new stuff, but we joked that we did not need much money for other things, because the school so completely filled our schedule….Although our home church, congregation, and pastor are dear to her, one daughter recently married at St. John Church where, she said, she had spent more time than anywhere else learning to love and serve Christ.”
Violette Wysong – mother of four St. John graduates