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  • Navigating the Lutheran Religion Standards3:23

    Navigating the Lutheran Religion Standards

    In this video, we present a quick walkthrough of different ways you can access and analyze the Lutheran Religion Standards. To browse the standards for yourself, visit https://lutheranschools.org/. Se

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  • Eight Tips to Boost Recurring Giving for Your Church

    Eight Tips to Boost Recurring Giving for Your Church

    Vanco is an online giving tool that integrates with Church360° and Shepherd’s Staff.  We know some churches are hesitant to get started with online giving.

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  • Digging Deeper into Scripture: Revelation 21:1–7

    Digging Deeper into Scripture: Revelation 21:1–7

    Exploring the original Greek of Revelation 21, Pastor Rigdon shows us Christ’s words on the new heaven and the new earth promised to us in the last days.

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  • Teacher Guide Preview | Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum4:43

    Teacher Guide Preview | Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum

    Learn more about what you'll find in the Teacher Guide for Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum. Learn tips for making the most of the unit and lesson teaching helps in this new curriculum for Lutheran

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  • Faith & Technology | Lutheran Life Issue 122

    Faith & Technology | Lutheran Life Issue 122

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  • Music of the Month: “Partita on Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord”

    Music of the Month: “Partita on Come, Holy Ghost, God and Lord”

    John Behnke has composed a three-part partita on the hymn tune KOMM, HEILIGER GEIST, HERRE GOTT, a Reformation-era tune that accompanies Martin Luther’s Pentecost hymn “Come, Holy Ghost,...

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  • The Psalms: An Overview

    The Psalms: An Overview

    The Book of Psalms contains songs and prayers for every occasion. In fact, the Psalms collectively cover so much of the faith that they were rightly called a “little Bible” by the Church...

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  • Rule and Responsibility: May 2022 Everyday Faith Calendar

    Rule and Responsibility: May 2022 Everyday Faith Calendar

    “You have to be in charge, FOREVER!” This was my five-year-old’s response after I had been teasing him that I was going to take a break from being in charge.

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  • Fasting and Feasting on Music

    Fasting and Feasting on Music

    I still remember my first Easter at my current church. In the lead up to that glorious day, we stopped singing the Gloria in Excelsis for Lent. As we drew closer to Good Friday, we...

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  • Repentance and Forgiveness in the Bible

    Repentance and Forgiveness in the Bible

    The Law accuses and shows us our sin, warns us of God’s wrath, and shows we are powerless to save ourselves. Here, Pastor Rigdon shares examples of how God calls His people to...

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  • Digging Deeper into Scripture: Luke 24:1–12

    Digging Deeper into Scripture: Luke 24:1–12

    The resurrection of our Lord, despite the initial disbelief of the disciples, was no surprise. Rather, it was a promise repeated throughout the Old Testament and Christ’s own ministry....

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  • Music of the Month: Praise Mosaics

    Music of the Month: Praise Mosaics

    Jacob B. Weber continues his Mosaics series with six hymns of Praise and Adoration. Contents include a dance-like EARTH AND ALL STARS, a stately ENGELBERG, a majestic LAUDES DOMINI, two...

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  • LAMP Update: God’s Mission Won’t Pause

    LAMP Update: God’s Mission Won’t Pause

    Dr. Steven Schave shares news on vital mission work by the Lutheran Association of Missionaries and Pilots (LAMP) in Northern Canada throughout the past few years of the pandemic.

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  • Lutheran Homeschool Curriculum Favorites for the Elementary Years

    Lutheran Homeschool Curriculum Favorites for the Elementary Years

    Homeschooling takes a ton of work, but there are resources out there to help! Christa Petzold shares her favorite books for teaching the faith while homeschooling. 

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  • A Transformative Change of Heart

    A Transformative Change of Heart

    Born sinners, we know we need to be redeemed, cleansed, and born again. But how? The Greek word metanoia sheds some light on the subject.

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  • Introduction to Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum37:37

    Introduction to Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum

    Learn about the essentials of the new Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum for Lutheran Schools, including: - Scope & Sequence - Lutheran School Standards - Unit and Lesson Previews - Digital Tools - Or

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  • Ceremony in the Divine Service

    Ceremony in the Divine Service

    “I was raised Catholic, but, I dunno. Mass is just … well, it’s so much ceremony.” This was overheard at a recent get-together. You may have heard a similar sentiment directed at the...

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  • Current Events: April 2022 Everyday Faith Calendar

    Current Events: April 2022 Everyday Faith Calendar

    “Have you talked about current events with your kids?” I posted a poll asking this question on Instagram a few days after the initial reports of the ongoing conflict between Russia and...

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  • The Book of Job: An Overview

    The Book of Job: An Overview

    Job is renowned as the archetypical “suffering man” of the Old Testament, and rightly so. His losses were immense. But his comfort amidst his suffering is the knowledge that God Himself...

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  • 2022 Spring Catalog

    2022 Spring Catalog

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