This devotion follows the memory of two saints each week through these next 40 days of Lent so that we may learn from their example of faith and good works.
Topic: Myself / Church Worker
This Bible study explores the relationship between fear, love and faith in the Christian life and the comfort that Christ brings in the midst of fear.
This Bible study walks through what the church can and can’t do to help those who are suffering with depression in the midst of the pandemic.
This Bible Study explores what Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions tell us about anger at a time when there is so much anger in our world.
This Bible study discusses the courage and comfort we find in Christ, even in a time of uncertainty and fear in the world around us and in our own hearts.
This Bible study by The Rev. David Fleming discusses difficult decision-making as the Body of Christ, using Scripture as an example and guide.
In this Bible study, congregations discuss the past, present and future of their congregations after the coronavirus pandemic through the lens of Scripture.
The Rev. Heath Curtis explores Biblical stewardship in the church. Understanding this basis, pastors can help congregations move forward in a godly way.
The church has faced challenges in mission in the past, and yet—God remains faithful, and his people continue to respond in faithful stewardship.
The Rev. Heath Curtis, Coordinator for LCMS Stewardship Ministry, shares Biblical insight on setting aside a tithe, especially during difficult seasons.
These resources will help educators and LCMS churches with schools navigate crisis management and leadership in the school setting.
In this Bible study, The Rev. Michael Moreno addresses how church leaders should handle conflict within their congregations.
Visible stewardship is an integral part of the liturgy, which is why the offering is a function of the Divine Service. Has does not physically passing the offering plate affect the stewardship mindset?
These resources will help equip parents and youth leaders to serve their youth and keep them connected to the church while at home and physically distant.
Leading ministry during the pandemic has certainly added stress for church workers. These resources will help support workers during these difficult times.
These materials will help church members start or stay in an active devotional routine even as they are physically distant from their congregations.
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.
Witnessing to people experiencing life events or issues means extending the same love and compassion that Jesus extends to us.
“Unchurched” refers to those who have never been connected to the Christian church. We are called to witness to the unchurched people in our lives.
“Dechurched” refers to those who were once connected to the church but are not any longer. We are called to witness to the dechurched people in our lives.