Announcements 11/6/19

NOVEMBER 6, 2019
All boys interested in playing basketball this year must attend a short mandatory meeting Friday at 2:55 in the Arena to sign up and get tryout information.  If you can't be there you must see Coach Walter.
BOYS: Pay $10 to the Finance Office to participate in No-Shave-November
BOYS & GIRLS: Photo Booth with LCC Comfort Dog Lois on each Thursday during Lunch. $3 for polaroid photos and $1 for photos on your phone! Lois can't wait to see you! Also, on Nov. 12 & 13 there will be a Tug of War Contest during lunch in the amphitheater! All money collected goes to support Faith Community Lutheran Church's Comfort Dog Ministry!
COMMUNITY CRUSADER SERVICE HOURS OPPORTUNITY: The Nellis Air Show - The volunteers will assist with the direction and loading of buses for the Air Show Attendees: 12 People needed each day. Transportation from Faith will be provided. Lunch will also be provided. 
Saturday, 16th November 8:00am - 6:00pm ( 12 persons)
Sunday, 17th November 8:00am - 6:00pm ( 12 persons)
 The next two (2) days will be at Nellis AFB setting up tables and chairs in event tents. Water will be available on site but you should have a snack for the day. 
  • Thursday, 14th November 4:00pm - 8:00pm ( 8 persons)
  • Sunday, 17th November 3:30pm - 8:00pm ( 8-10 persons)
  • CONTACT COACH WILSON at wilsone@flhsemail.orgto sign up
Faith Community Lutheran Church will hold their annual Women's Christmas Tea on Sunday, December 8th from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Faith Community Lutheran Church Spiritual Life Center. Doors open at 4:45 pm. Students are invited to earn service hours as "butlers" (servers) during the event or be part of the "tear-down crew." Three shifts are available: 
  • Sunday, Dec. 8th from 2:00 - 5:00 pm help prep food and beverages and serve during outdoor fellowship
  • Sunday, Dec. 8th from 5:00 - 8:00 pm serve appetizers and beverages during program, help clean up
  • Monday, Dec 9th from 3:00-6:00 pm to take down tables and chairs and reset the room for Worship.
Contact Miss Anna McDaniel ( in room 406 or Amy Michaelson ( 702-755-8869 if you have any questions!Dress code: Please wear white dress shirt and dark pants (black or navy) -  ties are optional
Register as a BUTLER or a member of TEAR-DOWN CREW here:
Faith Lutheran is proud to announce a new SAT preparation partnership with the founder and president of MostPrep, Mike Obstgarten. He will be running 6-week prep courses at 6:45 to 9:15pm in room 216 for juniors and seniors specifically for the SAT starting this summer for $600. Students interested in prepping for the ACT should still take this course as the exams are now similar enough that specific ACT courses are not necessary. This full-length course provides ample instruction and review of the concepts most frequently tested on the SAT, as well as the coaching and implementation of the test-taking techniques that have been proven to work, all while dispelling common myths and reassuring students that the task in front of them is not as daunting as it might seem. To sign up please fill out the form at this link a minimum of 2 weeks prior to the start of the class you are interested in. REGISTER The total $600 for the class will be added to your tuition bill once the class has begun. Contact Mr. Buikema at or Mike directly at mostprep@gmail.comwith questions.
Winter SAT 2020 (Tuesday Night Class) - $600
2/4                Class 1
2/7                Class 2
2/11              Class 3
2/13              Class 4 (no school Friday)
2/18              Class 5
2/21              Class 6
2/25              Class 7
2/28              Class 8
2/29             Test
3/3                Class 9
3/6                Class 10
3/7                Test
3/10              Class 11
3/13              Class 12
Winter SAT 2020 (Tuesday Night Class) - $600
2/5                Class 1
2/7                Class 2
2/12              Class 3
2/13              Class 4 (no school Friday)
2/19              Class 5
2/21              Class 6
2/26              Class 7
2/28              Class 8
2/29             Test
3/4                Class 9
3/6                Class 10
3/7                Test
3/11              Class 11
3/13              Class 12
Spring SAT 2020
3/19              Class 1 (no school Tuesday and Wednesday)
3/20              Class 2
3/24              Class 3
3/27              Class 4
3/31              Class 5
4/3                Class 6 (then spring break)
4/14              Class 7
4/17              Class 8
4/18             Test
4/21              Class 9
4/24              Class 10
4/25             Test
4/28              Class 11
5/1                Class 12
June Crash Course 2020 - $250
5/16               Test
5/19               Review
5/23               Test
5/26               Review
6/7/8 Grade Basketball Cheer
A meeting will be held for all 6th, 7th and 8th Grade girls interested in basketball cheer, on Thursday, November 14th at 3:30 in Room 502 in the Aux Gym. Tryouts will be held Nov. 18-20 from 3:30-5:30 in the Student Center. Contact Mrs. Egger with questions: ( 11/14)
Photo Booth with LCC Comfort Dog Lois on each Thursday after school! $3 for polaroid photos and $1 for photos on your phone! Lois can't wait to see you there! All money collected goes to support Faith Community Lutheran Church's Comfort Dog Ministry!
6th Grade Girls Basketball Interest Meeting
An informational meeting for 6th Grade Girls who would like to try out for basketball will be held on Tuesday, November 12th at 3:30 in Room 502, in the Aux Gym. Tryouts will run December 2nd, 4th and 5th. Contact Coach Fridrich with any questions. (11/12)
The commandments, “You shall not commit adultery, You shall not murder, You shall not steal, You shall not covet,” and any other commandment, are summed up in this word: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” (The Small Catechism: Table of Duties – To Everyone)
In the Name + of Jesus. Amen. Martin Luther once wrote, “The Christian is a perfectly free lord of all, subject to none. The Christian is a perfectly dutiful servant of all, subject to all.”
It’s not a contradiction. It’s a paradox, one of many paradoxes of the Christian faith and life. We are justified freely by God in Jesus crucified for us. It’s free. Grace. No conditions, strings attached, or small print. And, because we’re free from having to earn or merit our salvation, we are also free to love and serve our neighbor out of love. God doesn’t need our good works, but our neighbor does.
This is often called the second table of the Ten Commandments, Commandments 4-10. These Commandments deal with our life before our neighbor—Coram Hominibus in the Latin. On the one hand they teach us how treat our neighbor. God gives us His gifts for our life together: authority, our physical lives, sexuality and marriage, possessions, reputation, and contentment in God’s gifts.
On the other hand, these Commandments also reveal our need for a Savior. For we daily sin much and have broken every one of these Commandments in thought, word, and deed. When the mirror of the Law is held up before us, it shows us our sin, that we have failed to love our neighbor as ourselves.
In truth, there’s only one Man who has ever truly and perfectly loved His neighbor as Himself. Jesus became our neighbor, brother and redeemer by becoming man to save us. Jesus loves us by keeping the Law, all Ten Commandments, in our place, and by suffering the punishment we deserved on the cross. Such is Jesus’ love for you. In the Name + of Jesus. Amen. -Rev. Samuel Schuldheisz
These are the holy Ten Commands God gave to us by Moses’ hands When high on Sinai’s mount he stood, Receiving them for our good. Have mercy, Lord. (These are the Holy Ten Commands, LSB 581:1)