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Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 9
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 8
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 7
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 6
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 5
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 9
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 8
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 7
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 6
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 5
Daily Devotion
» Forgiveness Brings Peace – December 9, 2018
» Hope That Increases Love – December 8, 2018
» Hope that Deepens Faith – December 7, 2018
» Hope When Facing Stress – December 6, 2018
» Hope for the Future – December 5, 2018
Daily Devotions - Audio
» Forgiveness Brings Peace – December 9, 2018
» Hope That Increases Love – December 8, 2018
» Hope that Deepens Faith – December 7, 2018
» Hope When Facing Stress – December 6, 2018
» Hope for the Future – December 5, 2018
Forward in Christ
» Advent devotions keep family’s eyes on Jesus
» Seeing the Lord this Christmas
» A simple Christmas
» How can I help my son grow into a godly man?
» More is caught than taught
WELS Together Newsletter:
» Leaders of ELS, LCMS, and WELS meet
» An amazing mission opportunity: Grace—Hmong outreach in Vietnam
» One in Jesus in Asia-Oceania
» Informal doctrinal discussions with the Missouri Synod continue
» Conference digs into developing multi-site congregations
Faith Related Q and A
» In the Nicene Creed what does "He will come again to judge the living and the dead" refer to? Since we are judged at the moment of death, I take this to mean: when Jesus returns, those that are still alive in a worldly sense will be judged on that day. The living and the dead is referring to the souls of those people. The living is one that is living in faith as a Christian, and the dead is one that is dead to sin.
» Can Christians eat blood? I know the Old Testament ceremonial laws no longer need to be followed because Jesus came and fulfilled the law, and several places in the New Testament confirm that. But Acts 15:29 says we should abstain from eating blood. Given the context, this sounds like a command still applicable to post-resurrection Christians. But it doesn't seem to fit Christian freedom. Is it wrong to eat blood? (For example, coagulated blood is in some Chinese cuisine.) If so, why? Why does that apply when other rules about what we can eat were abolished?
» My newborn granddaughter will be being baptized soon in a WELS church. The baby's father is WELS, but the rest of his family (parents and siblings) are Disciples of Christ. Will his family be welcome at the baptism? They are leery of coming, for fear of being ostracized.
» What is the significance of transferring my membership? I was baptized and confirmed WELS and have always attended a WELS church. I just move for my job quite a bit and have always left my membership at the church my parents still attend to this day. The WELS church I have been going to is trying to get me to transfer to their WELS church, but I don't see what the big deal is.
» What does it mean to use God's name in vain, and can you give an example? Thank you.
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
» 578 – Apps Worth Your Money
» 577 – Share Your Gifts
» 576 – Et tu, Brute?
» 575 – Encouraging Emails
» 574 – Harnessing Technology

Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it. ~ Proverbs 22:6