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  • Using Luther's Small Catechism for Kids in a Homeschool Setting

    Using Luther's Small Catechism for Kids in a Homeschool Setting

    One of my favorite things about homeschooling is the opportunity to be intentional about catechesis. I was homeschooled as a kid, and am now going through my second homeschooling...

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  • Infertility in the Bible

    Infertility in the Bible

    One painful experience that is repeated throughout the Scriptures is infertility. It’s surprising how many biblical stories involve infertility. Abraham and Sarah (Genesis 11-21), Isaac...

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  • How to Build Christian Community as Young Adults

    How to Build Christian Community as Young Adults

    One of the hardest parts of being a young adult is building Christian community. Whether you live in your hometown and are trying to find new friends since your hometown friends have...

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  • Digging Deeper into Scripture: Mark 9

    Digging Deeper into Scripture: Mark 9

    In Mark 9:30-37, Jesus’ disciples demonstrate concern over who is the greatest. The issue of rank among the twelve takes on new meaning as we consider the context of the passage.

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  • 5 Bible Verses to Say Aloud When You Have Doubt

    5 Bible Verses to Say Aloud When You Have Doubt

    Have you ever been through a season where life didn’t go as planned? Maybe a vacation you planned was canceled or a cruise was postponed. Or maybe you didn’t get into your top school...

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  • The Three Greatest Gifts the Church Can Give to Believers

    The Three Greatest Gifts the Church Can Give to Believers

    Stop me if you have heard this, “Boy, has this been a difficult season.” That is an attitude I have heard time and time again. I think we have given up on the idea of ever returning to...

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  • Samuel: Prophet, Priest, and Judge

    Samuel: Prophet, Priest, and Judge

    This blog post is an excerpt from the Lutheran Bible Companion, Volume 1: Introduction and Old Testament. 

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  • Music of the Month: Praetorius Chorales for SAB Choir

    Music of the Month: Praetorius Chorales for SAB Choir

    This three-volume set edited by William Braun includes the SAB chorale settings of Michael Praetorius, making this collection accessible to most choirs. The settings may be used as a...

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  • Following God's Heart, Not Our Own

    Following God's Heart, Not Our Own

    My husband recently made this statement in a sermon: “As Christians, we believe in an alien identity and an alien purpose. We believe that our identity and purpose come not from within,...

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  • Combating Work Burnout with God's Word

    Combating Work Burnout with God's Word

    For the past year or so, many people have experienced burnout at their jobs. Whether you work in an office, at home, or in ministry, you’ve likely felt the pressure. Many people had to...

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  • Outreach | Lutheran Life Issue 221

    Outreach | Lutheran Life Issue 221

    Discover different outreach opportunities whether near or far and see how God is calling you back out into your community to share His love with others and gather together with His church.

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  • David and Goliath: God Alone Provides Victory

    David and Goliath: God Alone Provides Victory

    God’s answers are not always discernible. David’s successful encounter against Goliath has been an inspiration to believers and unbelievers alike since the event took place and was...

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  • On Preaching About Hell: Gerhard’s Advice

    On Preaching About Hell: Gerhard’s Advice

    This blog post is adapted from Gerhard’s Theological Commonplace On the End of the World and On Hell, or Eternal Death, specifically Gerhard’s notes on the practical pastoral benefits...

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  • How to Maximize eGiving Tools at Your Church

    How to Maximize eGiving Tools at Your Church

    In many places, churches are returning to what feels normal: in-person services with members coming together in the building. But as churches face the future, there are many things they...

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  • The Grateful Drive-Thru Guy

    The Grateful Drive-Thru Guy

    Have you ever experienced a seemingly mundane interaction that was actually very impactful? I have. But I didn’t notice at first. Let me tell you what I mean.

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  • Focus: September Everyday Faith Calendar

    Focus: September Everyday Faith Calendar

    Back-to-school season feels full of possibilities this year. The possibility that school will feel a little more “normal” this year seems within reach, as some schools shift away from...

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  • The Attitude of Discipleship

    The Attitude of Discipleship

    Where do our attitudes come from? It seems like a basic question, but I think it’s more complex than we might think. Let me explain. Attitudes are, roughly defined, our states of...

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  • The Liturgy of Back-to-School Routines

    The Liturgy of Back-to-School Routines

    In this “Back to School!” time of year, what are your routines? You may be back in school already or preparing for its arrival in the coming weeks. It is this time of year that—whether...

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  • Why Do Christians Go to Church?

    Why Do Christians Go to Church?

    If you ask Christians why they go to church, the answers will vary. We recently went through (some of us are still going through) a time when regular church attendance was not possible....

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  • We Need Eighth Commandment People Now More than Ever

    We Need Eighth Commandment People Now More than Ever

    Our Savior, Jesus Christ, was wrongly accused and wrongly convicted of a crime He did not commit. The Sanhedrin would go to any means necessary to silence this rabbi, even to the...

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