The goal is not just to raise adults, but to raise up husbands and wives, fathers and mothers.
LCMS Worship provides propers for celebrating the Anniversary of the Augsburg Confession, which falls on Sunday, June 25, 2017. The confession of faith was presented by various German rulers and free cities to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V on June 25, 1530, at the Diet of Augsburg.
Kids in the Divine Service is a series of bulletin inserts that complement the Lutheran Service Book. The final installment includes general information about 18 topics, including saints, rites, rubrics, stewards, acolytes and catechism.
This devotional prayer book will help victims give voice to their heavenly Father in the midst of heartache and despair.
LCMS Worship provides an opportunity for pastors to learn to chant in the Reproaches from the Good Friday liturgy in Lutheran Service Book: Altar Book.
LCMS Worship offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for the Liturgy that complement the Lutheran Service Book.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod’s Worship Ministry provides the Bible readings for the 2017-18 Series B and One-Year Series church year calendars.
The new book is the seventh in Concordia Publishing House’s “Lutheranism 101” series and is on sale through March 27.
What do we do when we teach children to pray? We lead them to speak to their true Father.
The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for the Sanctuary for the Lutheran Service Book.
LCMS Worship offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for Pentecost for the Lutheran Service Book. The series features the liturgy, sanctuary and information about the Divine Service.
When it comes to politics, Christians do not withdraw completely like some or invest our whole selves like others.
LCMS Worship offers Kids in the Divine Service bulletin inserts for Lent and Easter for the Lutheran Service Book.
There’s another angle, however, that’s cause for concern: It’s the idea that something is fake news not because it’s false, but merely because I disagree with it.
The culture says never to discipline children from a place of anger. But when they break God’s commands, is true anger over sin warranted?