Church News Feeds
Through My Bible In 3 Years
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 19
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 18
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 17
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 16
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 15
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 19
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 18
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 17
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 16
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – June 15
Daily Devotion
» Conquerors – June 19, 2019
» Sufferings Arrival – June 18, 2019
» Turn Towards – June 17, 2019
» The War Is Over – June 16, 2019
» Communication – June 15, 2019
Daily Devotions - Audio
» Conquerors – June 19, 2019
» Sufferings Arrival – June 18, 2019
» Turn Towards – June 17, 2019
» The War Is Over – June 16, 2019
» Communication – June 15, 2019
Forward in Christ
» “It’s time for camp!”
» Preparing for summer camp
» Helping your child navigate the dating scene
» One dad’s guide to surviving the dating years
» What’s a parent’s role in dating?
WELS Together Newsletter:
» New President at Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary
» 10 for 10 encourages thoughtful Christian giving
» Assignment of WLS graduates reduces vacancies
» Leaders discuss students’ needs at the Campus Ministry Staff Conference
» WELS Night ticket deadline only days away
Faith Related Q and A
» Is child abuse sinful? Lately the Turpin Case has been in the news a lot, and I witnessed a Baptist completely justifying their child abuse. He said that the Turpin family did a good thing chaining up their children because that was protecting them from sin. He said that the police who intervened were wrong and that the parenting tactics the Turpin family used were good Christian parenting tactics. I personally feel very shocked and disgusted that someone who professes to be a Christian would justify such horrific child abuse.
» Joyce Meyer TV Ministry - I find her interesting. What is your opinion on her teachings? I have not found anything against the Bible in her sermons.
» Does Act 59 of the Wisconsin school choice program cross the line of separation of church and state ?
» Hello, recently my wife and I have started attending a WELS church. We quickly felt at home there and decided to look into membership and have our son baptized. He is a little older at just under 2 years. As he is a little older than a traditional infant baptism, he was a little difficult to handle, so during the baptism the pastor dipped his hands in the water and wiped it out sons head three times instead of pouring it over his head. Is this method still a legitimate way to baptize? I am still trying to learn more and make sure our son was properly baptized while we on our path to membership. I was too embarrassed to ask our pastor, as we are still learning. Thank you for your time.
» For a variety of reasons, our congregation has lost many member families. As a result, the monthly tithe does not meet our "budgeted" expenses. Can we ask the pastor to take a lower salary? As we take funds from the savings account to cover his salary, the account will be depleted in 9 months and the church will have zero money. What happens to our church? I am a worried member.
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
» 603 – Conquerors through Christ
» 602 – Digging Technology
» 601 – Don’t Give Jason Your Password!
» 600 – Fixin’ To Launch A School Intranet?
» 599 – Yet Another Reason To Attend WELS EdTechLead

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