Coming in September
Coming in September
Interactive Faith

Mark your calendar!
“God’s Grace to Runaways –
The Book of Jonah” will begin
in September.

The WELS National Worship
The WELS National Worship

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Twitter. #WELSWorship

Sacrifices that
Sacrifices that
Make us free

If it were not for God’s
sacrifice the word freedom
would be hollow.

His Word

Today's Devotion

Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means! We died to sin; how can we live in it any longer? Or don't you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his...

What are those books for anyway?

I work at the Pregnancy Counseling Center in Saginaw, Michigan. When I welcome a client into the waiting room, I always offer her a seat opposite our bookshelf.  . . . One of the ways in which we share God’s Word is through the use of the Bible Teaching Series books.

Church attendance and nature

I met a new friend this past weekend. We were discussing church and our faith. He told me his church is outside in the woods and on the water...that is where he is with God. I must admit, when I am outside in God's splendor I feel connected with him too. Please give me some guidance.
There is no question that it is inspiring to see God’s creation.  Being out and about in his world leads us to marvel at his wisdom, power and love.  Creation, in addition to our conscience, is one of the ways through which God reveals himself to all people...

God was smiling

John Holtz serves as a missionary in Malawi, Africa. Holtz writes about the recent graduation of 19 men from the Lutheran Bible Institute (LBI).  The LBI provides preseminary training for men desiring to become pastors in the Lutheran Church of Central Africa.

The devil must be fuming. He couldn’t like what was happening.
Nineteen men have now graduated from the Lutheran Bible Institute, Malawi. Three years of formal classroom studies are behind them.

June 2014 - Mexico

You don't have to read too far into the book of Acts to realize that serving as a missionary can be hazardous. But that didn't stop Paul or Peter or Stephan from teaching the gospel. Today, missionaries still face danger . . . especially in a country like Mexico.