New Bible studies address the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic, reminding the church of God’s Word and promises for difficult times.
The Bible studies are particularly suited to the difficulties of COVID-19.
The 2020–21 “Chapel Talks” contains 43 devotions — one for each week of the school year — plus services for the beginning and ending of the school year and for Christmas.
What encouragement do you need today? Who can you encourage?
Naming our struggles can be powerful in recognizing the face of God in our lives.
Pastor Sean Daenzer, director of Worship for The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod and chaplain for the LCMS International Center, shares how to do family devotions at home.
Christmas, Easter, and the Cross is for you. Christ is with you this week and every week.
In the rapidly changing circumstances of this global pandemic, pastors will know best how to adjust, compose and extemporize prayers for the needs of services, broadcasts and other occasions.
LCMS Worship provides updated prayers of the church for Series A and One-Year Series that congregations may use on Palm Sunday and during Holy Week.
My mom taught me the concept of tithing from the start of that first paper route.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod provides four devotional booklets to bring God’s comfort and peace during the coronavirus pandemic and other crisis situations.
People need the healing assurance of forgiveness God offers through His Son Jesus.
Join your brothers and sisters in Christ as we memorize Psalm 91 together.
LCMS Worship is providing updated prayers of the church for Series A and One-Year Series that can be used by your congregation March 22 and March 29.
Saying, “If you want me to” to God can be scary.
There are others on this path with us. There are angels watching over us, and there are Everlasting Arms beneath us.