Live God's Love Fund- Julie Mires Memorial Scholarship
In Matthew 22:37-40 when folks ask Jesus which commandment is the greatest, he responds saying, ‘“You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind.” 38This is the greatest and first commandment. 39And a second is like it: “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” 40On these two commandments hang all the law and the prophets.’ Julie loved people so well. Her kindness warmed each room she was in and her hospitality let people feel at home and at ease in her presence. While Julie is no longer physically present here as she rests in Jesus’ peace, her memory and the love she shared live on in her community.

In order to live God’s love into the world and to help young people grow in their faith, a scholarship in Julie’s memory for up to $500 is available for students from kindergarten through 12th grade (one per person per year) connected to Emanuel Lutheran Church. The scholarship will be awarded on a rolling basis to qualifying applicants by the Live God's Love Board—Which includes the Pastor, one family member, one member of education board, one volunteer. Applications must be received no less than one month before the funding is needed.

This scholarship must be used to live God’s love into the world and/or help young people grow in their faith.

Applicants (K-12) must express themselves how this funding will help them live God’s love into the world or grow in their faith. This can be done in written word, a video, a picture, art, or any other medium. Parents can help younger applicants fill out this form.
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Briefly describe what the scholarship will be used for and how that lives God's love into the world and/or helps you grow in your faith. *Applicant will need to communicate this to the Live God's Love Board in their own way: essay, speech, art, video, etc.
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