As teens transition into adulthood, it is important for them to develop spiritual practices that they do on their own and in groups whether it be prayer, devotions or Bible studies.
God uses families to help us grow in our understanding of Him and live out our vocations. While every family may look different, households of faith can help cultivate and model faith.
Youth leaders dedicate their time and energy to ensuring young people have the place and space to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ for life.
Often Sunday School is the most consistent and familiar way in which young people get age appropriate Christian education on how to study God’s Word.
Spiritual care is the ongoing upkeep of the Christian life. There is great need to attend to the spiritual wellbeing of those who faithfully serve the Church.
The resources provided aid congregations in finding ways to give and support.
As a creation of God, and stewards of that same creation, we are entrusted to take care of our bodies, souls, and minds.
A deaconess is a woman that is called to serve a congregation or institution as a servant in Christ, showing mercy as He has shown mercy to all people.
“Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path” -Psalm 119:105. These Bible studies for adults fit under a wide variety of categories and can be done in various settings.
Director of Christian Education (DCE) are Synodically certified, Called and Commissioned lifespan educational leaders prepared for team ministry in a congregational setting.
Women’s Bible studies allow for Christian women to find faithful support and Christ-centered friends who will dig into God’s Word together.
Bible Studies are a vital element to helping young people deeply understand their Baptismal faith, develop a resilient identity in Christ and live out their unique vocation.
Resolving conflict is difficult even in the best circumstances. When approaching conflict, we must do so with our chief motivation being Christ-like love for all.
As Christians, we seek to uphold the sanctity of unborn life, work to end abortion, and support abortion-vulnerable women through their pregnancies, showing them the love and mercy of Christ.
As the Body of Christ, we seek to preserve every life created by God and value every life, whether the world sees them as valuable or not.
Couples’ ministry should seek to encourage couples to pursue a relationship pleasing to God. This ministry area also aims to encourage couples who already entered marriage and wish to grow even more.
While the vocation of marriage is right and holy, the vocation of singleness is also a gift from God, that a person may use his gifts to serve God’s people.
Before the Fall, God created and gave His blessing to marriage between Man and Woman. Marriage is also an image of the relationship between Christ and His Bride, the Church.
Marriage preparation is about more than just the wedding. It includes matters of household, Christian conflict management and reconciliation, sexual intimacy, and spiritual growth.
By witnessing to the hope of salvation, we offer the answer to life’s biggest questions. In sharing that hope, we should not deny the need for human care.