These resources seek to offer a biblical understanding and foundation of identity, sexuality, and gender.
Confirmation into the Lutheran Church is only one of the many times we are called upon to “make the good confession” before the world and in the sight of God.
Here are just a few ways for men to gather around the Word of Christ, their Lord, and be strengthened by His rich grace to serve Him.
These resources are ideal for your home and for occasions where multiple families are able to gather together and study God’s Word outside of Sunday morning.
Confirmation and reception into the Lutheran Church are only one of the many and daily times we are called upon to “make the good confession” before the world and in the sight of God.
The studies and resources here are perfect for giving direction and content for a solid and faithful Bible Study.
What could we possibly have to say to the people “adulting” in such a world and such a time like this? Start with the Word of God.
What assistance better contributes to worship done “decently and in good order” (1 Cor. 14:40)? Thank you for your help and service, dear ushers. We hope these resources help you see to it efficiently and with joy.
The Lutheran Church proclaims the Word of Christ and His forgiveness richly not only in sermon and song, but also in artwork and adornment.
Church elders assist their pastor with wise counsel and correction and serve the congregation by giving special attention to the spiritual life of the congregation.
LCMS Worship wants to foster healthy and fruitful synergy between pastors and musicians, so that in everything, pulpit and balcony proclaim God’s Word in rich harmony.
Devotions and Bible studies for individuals provide opportunities for us to stay in God’s Word during the course of our daily lives.
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.