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Monthly Archives: November 2012
We live in a world inundated with information. Newspapers attempt to provide a deep analysis of current events, while radio and television have the advantage of timeliness. The newest medium—the internet—combines features of all the other media. The range of … Continue reading
Working in pairs, spending a whole week on one project and studying many interesting themes like cooperation, communication, first aid and survive puberty! Last week in the Lutheran Elementary School in Martin was really eventful!
Do you understand financial terms? Can you choose the right bank product or spend your money wisely? Do not worry—this is NOT ADVERTISING for a new financial product Our goal is to tell you about a project that the eldest … Continue reading
October is called the month for showing “Respect for Elders.” In October, students of the Lutheran Elementary School met with an older generation—members of the Handmade Club which has existed in our church for many years. After the meeting of … Continue reading
Students from the Lutheran Elementary School gather more than a thousand pounds of chestnuts—and they aren’t stopping!
The first batch—more than 500 kilograms—was transported from the school to a pharmaceutical company (in Martin?) last week. Here, this huge quantity of chestnuts will be processed and used to produce healing creams and other products. The chestnut tree, which … Continue reading
This year our fields and lands produced enough grain for our daily bread. The work and effort which we put into the cultivation of crops and into irrigation of the fields was not in vain. We decorated the altar in … Continue reading
Did you know that peaches and cranberries promote appetite, lemons help with reflux and grapes and pears are very good for our thinking processes? These things are truly part of “God’s Pharmacy.” Students from our Lutheran Elementary School in Martin … Continue reading