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Reformation Quiz

Reformation Day is near! Get your vocal chords warmed up for “A Might Fortress,” and click here to test your Reformation knowledge. How well did you do? Don’t forget about our annual posting of Reformation fun here. If you find … Continue reading

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More Free Resources – Lutheranism 101 for Kids

Hey, you want more free resources? We got ’em! For those who want to use Lutheranism 101 for Kids as a teaching resource, we’re offering these free downloadable extras to help groups, families, and individuals dig deeper into Lutheran theology: … Continue reading

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Free Leader Guide – Lutheranism 101 for Kids

A free, downloadable Leader Guide is now available for Lutheranism 101 for Kids! Click here to download. Check it out, then let us know how you will be using the book for small group, Sunday School, Confirmation, or in any … Continue reading

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Lutheranism 101 for Kids

That’s right – the latest addition to the Lutheranism 101 family is just for kids! Lutheranism 101 for Kids helps pre-confirmation children learn more about God’s love for them in Christ and about faith as a Christian using: A Glossary of … Continue reading

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The Lord’s Supper – Available now!

The newest book in the Lutheranism 101 series is available now! Click here for more info, including a free downloadable Leader Guide. Heard on Facebook Bob >>Lutheranism 101 Received my copy of Lutheranism 101: The Lord’s Supper today. . . … Continue reading

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Coming Soon! Lutheranism 101: The Lord’s Supper

Hey everyone, We’re getting pretty excited to introduce our latest addition to the Lutheranism 101 family: The Lord’s Supper.  For details about the book, and to pre-order, click here! We will be adding helpful resources when the book is available. … Continue reading

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The Holy Trinity

Having celebrated the greatest event in God’s history of salvation, the death and resurrection of the Son of God, we pause a bit at the Feast of the Holy Trinity (June 3 this year) to consider the essence of God. … Continue reading

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The Day of Pentecost

Pentecost is celebrated fifty days after Easter (May 27 this year)  and celebrates the fulfillment of  Jesus’ promise to send the Holy Spirit to the Church. Red, the color of fire and blood, is the color for Pentecost. The Sundays after Pentecost make up … Continue reading

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Helpful Resources

January is over, the groundhog is back in his home, and everyone has finished The Course, right? Okay, maybe not everyone. But we know a lot of congregations have been making their way through The Course in small groups and … Continue reading

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Epiphany and the Epiphany Season

Epiphany is on January 6. Epiphany means “to show” or “to make known” and is often called the Gentile Christmas because this is the celebration of when the Magi, who were Gentiles, came to worship Jesus. The Epiphany season continues until the day before Ash Wednesday. The … Continue reading

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