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  • Communication: August Everyday Faith Calendar

    Communication: August Everyday Faith Calendar

    Do you usually write or speak when you communicate with another person? With rapid advances in technology and widespread use of social media, you probably switch back and forth between...

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  • The Order of Creation and the Pastoral Office

    The Order of Creation and the Pastoral Office

    This blog post is adapted from Male & Female: Embracing Your Role in God’s Design.  The order of creation and the unique relationship between head and helper in marriage intersects...

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  • The Psalms in Christian Worship

    The Psalms in Christian Worship

    This blog post is excerpted from Engaging the Psalms: A Guide for Reflection and Prayer.  The Psalter was ancient Israel’s hymnal, and it was the hymnal for Jesus and His...

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  • Finding Your Strengths in the Lord

    Finding Your Strengths in the Lord

    God has blessed us all with different talents, and sometimes, it might feel like other people’s abilities are better or more useful than your own. I know I have felt like this at times,...

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  • Digging Deeper into Scripture: Genesis 9

    Digging Deeper into Scripture: Genesis 9

    Relief had finally come. God created Adam and Eve perfectly. But their wicked transgressions brought sin into the world, taking the Lord’s unblemished creation into destruction. Adam...

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  • Sheep and Shepherds in Psalm 23

    Sheep and Shepherds in Psalm 23

    This blog post is adapted from Engaging the Psalms: A Guide for Reflection and Prayer.  Unquestionably, of the 150 psalms, Psalm 23 is the most familiar. It has been used on...

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  • Lessons from the First Year of Marriage

    Lessons from the First Year of Marriage

    I’m coming up on one year of marriage and let me tell you—it has been great, but it’s also been hard. We got married during a global pandemic and spent almost our entire first year of...

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  • Creating a Podcast for Your Ministry

    Creating a Podcast for Your Ministry

    The pandemic caused church attendance to hit an unprecedented low for a couple of months last year. My father, who is an LCMS pastor, and I were sitting around one afternoon in March...

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  • Tuning In to the Voice of God

    Tuning In to the Voice of God

    We are living in a postmodern age with a vastly different view of the world. For the postmodernist, truth and knowledge are not obtainable. That flies in the face of our Christian...

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  • Worshiping Idols in the Book of Judges

    Worshiping Idols in the Book of Judges

    This blog post is an excerpt from the Lutheran Bible Companion, Volume 1: Introduction and Old Testament.  By breaking the seemingly innocuous command to “make no covenant with the...

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  • Music of the Month: The Good Shepherd by Jonathan D. Campbell

    Music of the Month: The Good Shepherd by Jonathan D. Campbell

    Jonathan D. Campbell has arranged a medley, or three hymn tunes, associated with Christ the Good Shepherd, including BROTHER JAMES’ AIR, BRADBURY, and RESIGNATION. Arranged with...

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  • Covered Head to Toe

    Covered Head to Toe

    I have worked my fair share of odd summer jobs, including working in carnival food carts: from shoveling out your favorite snow cone or grabbing the monster bag of cotton candy to...

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  • Leading with Intentional Engagement

    Leading with Intentional Engagement

    Reaching out to others about Jesus Christ requires learning about them, their perspective, and the place that they are coming from. Most important, it requires intention. Read an...

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 14 | Jesus Sends the Seventy-Two

    Unit 7 | Lesson 14 | Jesus Sends the Seventy-Two

    In this Sunday School Lesson on Luke 10:1-12, 17-20, students learn about how Jesus sent out men to proclaim that the Kingdom of God is at hand.

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 13 | Jesus' Transfiguration

    Unit 7 | Lesson 13 | Jesus' Transfiguration

    In this Sunday School Lesson on Luke 9:28-36, students learn about Jesus' transfiguration next to Moses and Elijah.

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 12 | Peter Confesses Christ

    Unit 7 | Lesson 12 | Peter Confesses Christ

    In this Sunday School Lesson on Matthew 16:13-23, students learn about Peter confessing that Jesus is Lord and Savior of the world.

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 11 | Jesus Walks on Water

    Unit 7 | Lesson 11 | Jesus Walks on Water

    In this Sunday School Lesson on Matthew 14:22-33, students learn about Jesus' omnipotent nature as he walks on water and even allows Peter to do so as well.

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 10 | Jesus Calls Matthew

    Unit 7 | Lesson 10 | Jesus Calls Matthew

    In this Sunday School Lesson on Matthew 9:9-13, students learn how Jesus has come to call all follow him, even tax collectors.

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 9 | Jesus Heals at Bethesda

    Unit 7 | Lesson 9 | Jesus Heals at Bethesda

    In this Sunday School Lesson on John 5:1-17, students learn about Jesus' mercy on those with disabilities and how he not only heals the body, but also cures man's sinful condition.

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  • Unit 7 | Lesson 8 | Jesus Teaches the Samaritan Woman

    Unit 7 | Lesson 8 | Jesus Teaches the Samaritan Woman

    In this Sunday School Lesson on John 4:1-42, students learn about Jesus' conservation with the Samaritan woman at the well and how she spreads the Good News throughout her town.

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