Articles of faith

  LP Presbyterian asks, is that saying really biblical? Rev. Jane Anabe’s sermon Sunday, “Helping Those Who Can’t,” comes from Matthew 25:31-46, the last of several ... Continue Reading →

Articles of faith

  Minister asks: Was that God’s intent? This Sunday at The Presbyterian Church of La Porte, Rev. Jane Anabe’s sermon, “Getting Through It,” is the second in a four-part ... Continue Reading →

Articles of faith

  LP Presbyterian asks: Where’d that come from? Rev. Jane Anabe’s four-week sermon series, “The Bible Doesn’t Say That!” begins Sunday with “Getting ... Continue Reading →

Don’t let investments go on vacation

  Now that we’ve gained at least some space from the COVID-19 pandemic, summer travel is heating up. But while you might be eager to hit the road, you won’t want your investments ... Continue Reading →

Perfect summer evening makes for stellar scenes from Red, Wine & Brew

  Story and photos by WNLP’s Mike Kellems (Story below photos; click on photos to enlarge)   Build it, and they will come! That line from the movie “Field ... Continue Reading →

Articles of faith

  Changes in worship at LP Presbyterian This Sunday there will be one combined service at 10 a.m. at The Presbyterian Church of La Porte. Rev. Jane Anabe’s sermon, “Don’t ... Continue Reading →

Articles of faith

  Sermon to explore the topic, “Is there joy after loss?” In the sermon for this Sunday at The Presbyterian Church of La Porte, “Love, Loss, Joy,” based on 2 Samuel 1:1 ... Continue Reading →

St. Joseph, St. Peter and Sacred Heart parishes to merge, become Holy Family Parish

  It was announced Saturday, June 19, 2021, that the three Catholic parishes in La Porte – Sacred Heart, St. Peter and St. Joseph – will unite to become Holy Family ... Continue Reading →

Articles of faith

  Sermon asks a question at LP Presbyterian Rev. Jane Anabe’s sermon Sunday is “Setting Out Again,” based on 1 Samuel 15:34-16:13. In it, David is anointed king over ... Continue Reading →

Youths’ missions prompt this adult to ask: What will I do for anyone now?”

  Column by Julie Kessler, non-commissioned lay pastor of The Presbyterian Church of La Porte When the youth group leader at our church asked if the kids could help out at our ... Continue Reading →