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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
» Fully Meeting God’s Standards – July 19, 2018
Often it feels impossible to live up to the expectations that others have for us...
Faith Related Q and A
I once heard a Catholic say about salvation that “he has been saved, is being saved, and will be saved.” I didn’t know what to think about this. Is this an accurate thing to say? I guess in other words the Catholic is saying that salvation is a process. So what is it? Is salvation a process or a one-time event?
The person who spoke to you was expressing the official teaching of the Roman Catholic Church. The Catechism of the Catholic Church quotes the Council of Trent: “Justification is not only the remission of sins, but also the sanctification and renewal of the interior man.” That mixture of justification and sanctification is not what the Bible teaches. This link will take you to the section of This We Believe that conveys our confession of what the Bible teaches regarding justification. You may also be interested in A Lutheran Looks at Catholics. You may find it in your church library or through Northwestern Publishing House.
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – July 19
Bible reading 1 Samuel 31.
"The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still." ~ Exodus 14:14