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Benefits Manager
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Trinity Lutheran Church and Academy has an immediate opening for a Bookkeeper and Benefits administrator. The ideal candidate is someone who has a solid understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounting payable/receivable principles. The candidate will be responsible for recording the financial transactions of the church and academy as well as overseeing and managing the benefits offered to employees. Duties will include but are not limited to monthly billing and reporting, tracking company income and expenditures, updating and maintaining financial records, annual budget planning, maintaining employee benefits packages, managing accounts using specialized software; QuickBooks is a MUST. 

This position is an onsite, office position for 25 hours per week. Please send resumes to

There is no such thing as packing light when you have a baby. My diaper bag contained all I needed for emergencies: diapers, extra clothes, snacks, toys, creams, powders, lotions. If I could find    any of that stuff quickly when I needed it, I was in good shape. 


Jesus instructed His disciples to travel light, taking only the clothes on their backs. He sent them out ahead of Him to proclaim the kingdom of God and to heal. They did not take a staff, a bag, food, or money. Jesus sent them with only one thing: the Gospel. They were successful as they shared God’s promises of forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation. Luke recorded, And they departed and went through the villages, preaching the gospel and healing everywhere (Luke 9:6). 


Jesus would like us to travel light also by relying on Him and His Gospel. When we fully rely on God and His promise of the forgiveness of sins, life, and salvation, we are equipped to share that Gospel with others. 

  • You spend half your day counting children.

  • You have an unhealthy obsession with school supplies.

  • You have said, "Oh, this would be perfect for my classroom!" down every aisle of the thrift store. 

  • You can tell it's a full moon without ever looking outside.

  • People call you the "child whisperer".

  • Sitting on a teeny weeny chair is completely normal.

  • Your family is used to your lingo slip-ups.

  • You can hear 10 voices behind you and know which one is out of line.