Serving in Worship:
Worship Leader: Pat Kreitlow
Welcome: Mark & Shannon Palma
Ushers: Dawn & Scott Strickland and Joe & Vicki Raven
Coffee/Treats: Shari Kavenough
Audio: Kurt Huseth
Video: Lisa Folz
Cleaning: Ruby's Pantry
    “We always find that those who walked closest to Christ were those who had to bear the greatest trials.”     
– St. Teresa of Avila
Pastor Ned’s Message
Sunday morning:   “I Choose”
      Growing up there were a few people in our neighborhood you could count on like clockwork.  Roy always delivered milk to our doorstep before 6:30am every morning, old man Knutson sat in his front porch and kept watch over our comings & goings (a practice which always prompted colorful commentary from my father) , and Girard could be found in his driveway, shooting one free throw after another, after another, after another.
     This month we’re exploring the intentional choices we make that shape our character and identity.  Sunday morning we stop and spend time at this way-point: Choosing the pain of discipline over the pain of regret.
     Girard, no matter the temperature, time of day, or time of year, he never stopped shooting free throws; a discipline that no doubt had much to do with him tossing in the winning free throws in the State Championship Game not that many years later.  
     What do you want most?  And what do you need to choose now, to achieve that?  

Living for Jesus!

Pastor Ned’s Sabbatical: January 20-April 6
  Earlier this Fall Living Water learned we were the recipients of a generous grant by the Lilly Foundation. In addition to providing Pastor Ned the opportunity to step away from his duties for a couple months of renewal, monies were made available for our church to pay for coverage in his absence.  
   Where’s he going? Week one, Pastor Ned, Jill & Thea will be attending...
The Annual Celebration of Ministry
(annual meeting) will be held immediately
after worship on February 2, 2020.
All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
January Message Series: "I Choose”
  Who are we today? Essentially, we are the sum total of choices, the majority of them made by us. Who will we be tomorrow? The decisions we’re making today will determine our ‘who’ and ‘what’. Choices matter. Join us this month for a message series that holds the power to shape your life for the better in 2020 and beyond!  

     Please take time to read Bishop Laurie Skow-Anderson’s Annual Report
to the congregations of the NW Synod of Wisconsin. It is full of useful information and important dates.

Ruby's Pantry Postponed
    Due to the possibility of a major snowstorm, we have postponed Ruby’s Pantry until next Saturday morning, January 25.
     At 7:00am we will be distributing over 20,000 lbs. of food and welcoming 250 families through the doors of the 411 Building. No matter your age or ability, we need your help!  Please join this wonderful group of Christ believers as we serve others!! Q uestions, contact Kathi Peterson:
4K-Grade 4
During 9am Sunday worship

Littles, Yellow Room: Lyncoln E
Middles, Blue Room: Cassie L 
Bigs,Garage: Julie E
 Grades 5-8
Wednesday’s, 3:30-5pm

Regular week, students
should bus to LW. 
Bottom Line:
Following Jesus means having
a relationship with Him.
Verse: LUKE 10:38-42
Grades 9-12
Wednesday’s, 5:30-7pm

No meeting this week, look
for your lesson via text -
"At Jesus' party, there is
always room for more".
See you on January 22! 
January Mission: Benjamin's House
      Our January Mission is a children’s book and personal hygiene drive for the Benjamin House. Please bring new or gently used children’s books to the collection box in the office. Items also needed include, new personal hygiene products such as body soap, shampoo, tooth paste etc. Thank you! For further questions, please contact Jessica Tischer a”
Food Wagon
      What is Living Water is most known for in the community? Besides our passion to serve others through Christ, we’re all about food. Feeding the hungry has been a mission mainstay for over a decade.  
     This winter, we’re reaching out to our ministry partners with an idea: purchasing a hot dog stand that we make available to the nonprofit groups of Barron County for use in their fundraising efforts. Scouts, civic groups, school clubs, athletic boosters...we provide the stand and some hot dogs to get them started, they furnish the rest. Interested in helping out or learning more? Please contact Jeff Rasmussen, LT President at:
Living Water Summer VBS - Save the Date!
   Get ready for your  VERY BEST SUMMER  in 2020!  FOCUS VBS  will help kids dive deeper into their faith by putting the  FOCUS  on God and His amazing plan for us. Your preschoolers through preteens will have a blast as they discover how to trust in what they  CAN’T  see because of what they  CAN  see.

July 12-15 (Sunday-Wednesday)
Registration info coming soon!
Luther Park Bible Camp
   Do you have a child in grade 6-8 interested in Bible Camp? Awesome! Summer 2020 the LW week will be Pathfinders, July 21-26.  We believe in this ministry SO MUCH we will gladly help offset the cost of the camp for any LW Ministry Partner
by offering a $100 scholarship.

In addition, there are some fabulous discounts available:   
  • $40 discount if registered by May 1
  • $40.00 first-time camper discount
  • $25.00 bring-a-friend - can be claimed one time, the camper signing up must be a new camper
  • $25.00 2nd sibling discount 
  • $100.00 for 3rd and additional sibling attending camp. 

  Learn more (including on-line registration) at
LW Finances:
Budgeted YTD:
$ 168,416.00
Actual received: 
Sunday Worship: 9am

JAM: 4K-Grade 4 - During 9am Sunday worship
CORE: Grades 5-8 - Wednesday’s, 3:30-5pm
EPIC: Grades 9-12 - Wednesday’s, 5:30-7pm

Living Water Church
Pastor: Ned Lenhart
Media Coordinator: Lisa Armstrong
Office Administrator: Janine Hansen
411 North First Street
Cameron, WI 54822

LW Office Admin Hours: Tuesday-Thursday: 8:30am-1:30 pm