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  • Haggai: A Return from Exile and Reverse Culture Shock

    Haggai: A Return from Exile and Reverse Culture Shock

    One of the most overlooked books in the Bible is that of the prophet Haggai. Still, this brief book holds a relatable experience to our current context this summer in the United...

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  • Church Musicians Need Rest Too

    Church Musicians Need Rest Too

    For many church musicians, summer is a time of rest from the rigors of the rest of the year. Music teachers find a respite in their school schedule, lesson teachers find that students...

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  • Music Subscription Service: Using Two Modifiers in a Search3:35

    Music Subscription Service: Using Two Modifiers in a Search

    If you're a church organist, music director or worship leader looking for new music, it's time to try the Music Subscription Service. This digital music library contains hundreds of compositions for a

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  • Music Subscription Service: Modifiers & Filters, Part I4:34

    Music Subscription Service: Modifiers & Filters, Part I

    Are you looking for a way to expand your church music library? Do you need a new music composition for Sunday or weekly worship? The Music Subscription Service offers hundreds of music pieces to compl

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  • Music Subscription Service: Modifiers & Filters Part II3:54

    Music Subscription Service: Modifiers & Filters Part II

    Are you looking for a way to expand your church music collection? Do you need a new music composition for Sunday worship? The Music Subscription Service offers hundreds of music pieces to complement a

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  • One of a Kind, Uniquely Created

    One of a Kind, Uniquely Created

    This post is adapted from Words of Strength and Promise: Devotions for Youth. Read below for a devotion written by Juliana Shults.

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  • Using Facebook to Connect Your Church Community

    Using Facebook to Connect Your Church Community

    These days, it seems like social media is better known for its penchant to divide people rather than bring them together. While we’ve  likely experienced something along these lines in...

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  • Pruning Is a Gift from God

    Pruning Is a Gift from God

    In John 15, Jesus uses a vine and its branches to teach us about spiritual growth. Our spiritual fruit is the fruit of the Spirit: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness,...

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  • Law and Gospel in the Classroom

    Law and Gospel in the Classroom

    The Lutheran school system is a strange place, theologically speaking. It stands in the gap between a world of rules and a world of forgiveness. Following the scriptural insights of...

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  • Digging Deeper into Scripture: Mark 4

    Digging Deeper into Scripture: Mark 4

    In Mark 4, Jesus and the disciples are on a boat in the Sea of Galilee when a violent storm arises. Crippled with fear, the disciples wake their sleeping Savior. Jesus takes this...

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  • Building Disciples through the Worship Service

    Building Disciples through the Worship Service

    Coming to church on Sunday, whether in person or virtually, is important for Lutheran Christians. Participating in the liturgy allows believers to come together to receive...

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  • God’s Gift of Rest under a Tiny Tree

    God’s Gift of Rest under a Tiny Tree

    For as long as I can remember, the word rest has never been in my vocabulary. As a child, my parents reported that I would constantly move and shift items around in my room, rearranging...

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  • Three God-Given Ways to Support Your Mental Health this Summer

    Three God-Given Ways to Support Your Mental Health this Summer

    I’m so glad it’s summer. There are many reasons for this—sunshine! patio dining! sundresses! But the number one reason is that it’s simply not winter.

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  • Renewal of the Covenant in Joshua

    Renewal of the Covenant in Joshua

    After God had graciously formed Jacob’s descendants into His covenant people and named them as His own, He provided them a choice for the future: “If you will … then I will … ”...

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  • Music of the Month: Piano Prelude Series, Volume 6

    Music of the Month: Piano Prelude Series, Volume 6

    The sixth volume of the Piano Prelude Series includes tunes J,K, and L from Lutheran Service Book. The Piano Prelude Series includes original compositions by various composers,...

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  • How Marriage Is a Picture of Christ and the Church

    How Marriage Is a Picture of Christ and the Church

    This post was adapted from Male & Female: Embracing Your Role in God’s Design. Read below to learn about how marriage reflects God’s design for the head and the helper, as discussed...

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  • Planting God's Word through Connection and Sharing

    Planting God's Word through Connection and Sharing

    This is an adapted excerpt from Connected to Christ: Witnessing in Everyday Life by Mark A. Wood.  There is so much to say about Jesus that it can be hard to find a place to start. But...

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  • Teaching Jesus in the Old Testament: Leviticus 24

    Teaching Jesus in the Old Testament: Leviticus 24

    I am weary, but God never tires. In March, our congregation reached the one-year anniversary of making ministry changes in light of COVID-19. Recently, we have relaxed some of these...

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  • The Development of the Formula of Concord

    The Development of the Formula of Concord

    This blog post is adapted from The Formula of Concord: The Epitome and Solid Declaration. Read below to learn about the development of the Formula of Concord in Lutheran history.

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  • Understanding Worship: Service of the Sacrament

    Understanding Worship: Service of the Sacrament

    The Service of the Sacrament is the celebration of the Sacrament of the Altar. The Sacrament was instituted by Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of sins. It is to be celebrated by all...

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