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Meditations, a collection of daily Scripture-based devotions and prayers published by Northwestern Publishing House (NPH) for almost 60 years, is now available as an Apple app and as an e-book.
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What About Jesus?
WELS Evangelism which spreads the good news of Jesus to people around the world.
 

THE MOVIE 'COME FOLLOW ME'
The word “synod” means “to walk together.” The annual Walking Together emphasis is produced to give congregations a means of sharing with members how God is blessing our Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod as we walk together to share Christ’s love with the world.
 
This year’s Walking Together emphasis is designed around the movie Come Follow Me. The movie shares the story of Peter’s call to follow Jesus, his denial of Jesus, and his subsequent restoration. The movie and supporting resources emphasize the role of individual believers as disciples of Jesus who are part of his church’s Great Commission. Just like Peter, we struggle with doubt, fear, cowardice, guilt, misunderstanding, and feelings of inadequacy. The solution is Jesus, who assures us that we are forgiven, can be his witnesses, and that he will give us the gifts and strength needed for ministry.  
 
 
Today's Devotion
» Light for Your Heart and Path – November 16, 2018
Read, learn, and meditate on God's Word....
Faith Related Q and A
I am wondering what the duties are for a staff minister. Also, can that position be held by a woman? Thanking you!
Through the staff ministry program at Martin Luther College, individuals can receive training in the areas of outreach and assimilation, leadership, member care, parish education, administration, youth and family ministry, and parish music. Current position titles include the following: Minister of Music and Education, Minister of Family and Youth, Minister of Discipleship, Director of Christian Education, Family Minister, Director of Discipleship, Program Director, Minister of Music, Minister of Evangelism, Church Administrator, Minister of Administration, Deaconess, and Parish Nurse. Calling bodies define the scope of ministry for staff ministers. Women do serve as staff ministers. Calling bodies outline their responsibilities in keeping with the scriptural roles of men and women. This link will provide you with additional information on the program.
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – November 16
Bible reading 2 Kings 15-16.
"Abiding love surrounds those who trust in the Lord." ~ Psalm 32:10