Christian Aid and Relief
Christian Aid and Relief
Humanitarian Aid

Learn how WELS Christian Aid and
Relief helps share the gospel
through humanitarian aid.

On being a
On being a
Christian

Explore what it means
to be a Lutheran Christian.

Coming in September
Coming in September
Interactive Faith

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

His Word

Today's Devotion

Even in laughter the heart may ache, and joy may end in grief.

Lutheran Girl Pioneers celebrate 60 years

Lutheran Girl Pioneers will be celebrating its 60th anniversary on October 17 and 18, 2014. The convention theme is "Following the Leader for 60 Years." The celebration will be held at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church in La Crosse, Wis. - where it all began 60 years ago.

The Christian's certainty of Heaven

Please help me understand. When Jesus died for our sins and rose on Easter morning, all our debts were cancelled and paid in full. Correct? So, through Christ's death/resurrection, belief in Christ, and being baptized, we can be assured we will be in heaven. Correct?
You are correct in understanding the significance of Good Friday and Easter.  On the cross Jesus proclaimed, “It is finished” (John 19:30).  He announced that he paid in full the debt of our sins.  His rising to life on Easter Sunday was proof positive of the Father’s...

Vacation Bible School in Ivanivka

An update about St. John’s Lutheran Church in Ivanivka, Ukraine. Despite challenges throughout the region, ministry continues reaching out to God’s children.

July 20-26, 2014. Vacation Bible School was held at St. John Lutheran Church in Ivanivka (former name – Johannestahl). Up to 26 children were in attendance daily while studying the Small Catechism of Dr. Martin Luther. In addition to studies of the Lutheran doctrine, children also enjoyed music and  some sports. The VBS was held for the first time in the history of the congregation by Ukrainians...

July 2014 - Inter-Church Relations

We're all connected as a family of believers . . . in our homes, our congregations, our synod. And the connection goes a step further, to include more than two-dozen Lutheran church bodies around the world. They are our brothers and sisters in faith, and we look for ways to build the relationship . . . because they're family.