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People of Faith

5:30 PM, May 14, 2013  |  Comments
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Tim Schueler

Age: 71

Residence: Wausau

Family: Wife, Mickey, with three adult sons and five grandchildren

Church: Immanuel Lutheran Church, Wausau

Ministry: Retired Lutheran pastor, and volunteer teacher of a Bible class for developmentally disabled adults living in group homes or private homes in the area

Motivation: "I think it's God's way for us to serve," Schueler said. "From the beginning, ancient Israel was taught by the Lord to be a servant people. They responded, and it remains as true today for the New Testament church as it was for our Hebrew spiritual forbears. God blesses us in order to be a blessing to others. Jesus Christ taught us to serve others and He remains the ultimate servant, giving His life and rising from death for the redemption of humanity. We respond by serving others."

Schueler works with developmentally disabled adults in a Bible study that meets from 6:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Mondays at Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Weston. The Bible study ends May 20 for the summer and starts again Sept. 9.

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