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» The Savior You Need – April 1, 2020

» The Resurrection and the Life – March 31, 2020

» A Glorious Plan – March 30, 2020

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Through My Bible In 3 Years

» Through My Bible Yr 3 – April 1

» Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 31

» Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 30

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» The blessing of elder care ministry

» Encouraging and supporting future called workers

» District news: April 2020

WELS Together Newsletter:

» Synodwide Holy Week messages

» MLC continues distance learning through end of school year

» 2020 WELS International Youth Rally canceled

Faith Related Q and A

» Where do our souls go at the time of death?

» Have you heard of a guy named Tovia Singer? He is a Jew that is totally against Jesus. He is well versed in the Bible and says worshiping Jesus is idolatry. He has really made me question Jesus as God's Son and his knowledge of the original Hebrew text and how the so-called prophecies about Jesus in the Old Testament are not talking about Jesus at all, like the Isaiah prophecy was talking about Hezekiah. Is Jesus idol worship? Was he made up by the Greeks? This is destroying my Christian faith.

» During the recent emergency (Coronavirus), can a WELS husband and a WELS wife give each other Communion at home?

» During this COVID-19 period of isolation/shelter-in-place, could you please take us back to our Catechism instruction days and refresh us on (1) why for good order we ask our pastors to distribute Holy Communion as well as (2) who may do so in good conscience, especially in special circumstances like quarantine. I think it would be a timely topic for those craving the blessings of Lord's Supper while our churches cannot physically meet. Thank you.

» How do Lutherans view the Virgin Mary compared to Catholics? Do they still honor her and love her?

» What does the Bible say about disease? Did God create the coronavirus or does he allow it to happen for His own purposes?

God calls to mankind: Return to the Lord! The season of Lent leads the Church on a forty-­day journey of repentance and prayer.