Christmas means
Christmas means
God Cares

Christmas reminds us that
God did something about our
sorrows – he gave us his Son.

Pastoral Studies
Pastoral Studies

Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
trains men who are non-traditional
or non-English-speaking students
for the ministry.

Now featuring
Now featuring
Christmas Music

Check out WELS Streams
radio, featuring Christmas music
by WELS musicians.

His Word

Today's Devotion

Hymn of the Week

The humble heart and lowly God raises up on high;
Beneath his feet in terror The haughty soul shall lie.
The heart sincere and right, That heeds God’s...

By Grace . . .

Scholarship Makes All the Difference
Adam Lambrecht and Brad Price have some similarities. Each is a husband and father. Each had a career for several years and then decided, after much prayer and soul-searching, to prepare for pastoral ministry. Each is now enrolled in MLC’s seminary certification program. Each found the move back to college challenging—for their families and for their finances. ...

Made in the image of God?

How would you respond to the idea that because Adam and Eve were made in God's image, so all people have God's image in them? Was God's image in Adam and Eve completely destroyed by their fall into sin, so they couldn't pass any parts of God's image on to the rest of the world?
Being created in the image of God meant that Adam and Eve were holy, they had perfect knowledge of God’s will, and their wills were entirely aligned with God’s will.  After the fall into sin, the Bible tells us Adam had a child in his likeness and image, not God’s (...

Christians Under Construction

By Martin Spriggs, WELS Chief Technology Officer

I developed a series of Stewardship devotions called Christians Under Construction that could be used in family devotional settings.  Their focus is on how we can best use our Time, Talent and Treasure resources. Check out the devotion series and use them with your family.

November 2014 - New Home Mission Start

New WELS congregations begin with people like you... who see an opportunity. Those needs are communicated to the district mission boards, and our synod. If approved, a new home mission takes flight.