LCMS.ORG is the website of our denomination, the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS).
Northwest District of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod Information and resources for churches in the NW District (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Alaska).
Commission on Theology and Church Relations documents. Documents created by the LCMS to help its churches explore issues related to theology and the life of the church.
Book of Concord This website allows people to conveniently explore, read, and search the Confessions of the Lutheran Church. These are the basic faith statements of the Lutheran Church.
Daily Devotions from LHM will help strengthen and encourage your faith as you do the same for others. Have them delivered right to your inbox, podcast the audio devotional, access them on your mobile device through the FREE app, or listen with Spotify, iHeart Radio, Alexa, or Google Home. Seasonal Devotions for Advent and Lent are also available in both English and Spanish. Perfect for personal reflection or to share with family, friends and congregations, these seasonal meditations will help prepare you to celebrate the true meaning of these seasons.
LHM includes a daily devotion, either an audio or written format, to help you daily engage God’s Word.
Check out the multiple APP’s from LHM for other devotional opportunities.
15 17 creates and distributes theological and apologetic resources anchored in the central message of the Bible: that Christ died for sinners and rose for their justification. Through the proclamation of the Gospel, we aim to give assurance and consolation to Christians, enable individuals to serve their neighbors in freedom, and strengthen the church.
Resources include a podcast network, daily articles, speakers, a publishing house, annual conferences, and an online academy.
- Christian History Almanac (This is part of Pastor Eric’s daily devotional life.)
- The Thinking Fellows
- 40 minutes in the Old Testament
- Outlaw God
- Hidden Streams
- Banned Books
- A list of all their Podcasts
Pray As You Go is a daily prayer session, designed to go with you wherever you go, to help you pray whenever you find time, but particularly whilst travelling to and from work, study, etc.
A new prayer session is produced every day of the working week and one session for the weekend. It is not a ‘Thought for the Day’, a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer.
Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection.
Our aim is to help you to:
- become more aware of God’s presence in your life
- listen to and reflect on God’s word
- grow in your relationship with God
The style of prayer is based on Ignatian Spirituality. It is produced by Jesuit Media Initiatives, with material written by a number of Jesuits, both in Britain and further afield, and other experts in the spirituality of St Ignatius of Loyola. Although the content is different every day, it keeps to the same basic format.
We also have a number of prayer tools, retreats and resources to help supplement your prayer life.
Lutheran Hour Ministries is a trusted resource in global media that equips and engages a vibrant volunteer base to passionately proclaim the Gospel to more than 136 million people worldwide each week. Through its North American headquarters and ministry centers on six continents, LHM reaches into more than 50 countries, often bringing Christ to places where no other Christian evangelistic organizations are present. LHM’s flagship ministry, The Lutheran Hour®, airs weekly on more than 1,800 radio stations and the American Forces Network.
We encourage those people who are reached through these ministry efforts to respond by contacting staff or volunteers. LHM then cultivates relationships with those who respond to ultimately facilitate a relationship between them and a Christian community, thus helping grow the kingdom of God.
BibleProject is a nonprofit animation studio that produces short-form, fully animated Bible videos and other Bible resources to make the biblical story accessible to everyone, everywhere. We create 100% free Bible videos, podcasts, and Bible resources to help people experience the story of the Bible.
From page one to the final word, we believe the Bible is a unified story that leads to Jesus. This diverse collection of ancient books overflows with wisdom for our modern world. As we let the biblical story speak for itself, we believe the message of Jesus will transform individuals and entire communities.
Many people have misunderstood the Bible as a collection of inspirational quotes or a divine instruction manual dropped from heaven. Most of us gravitate toward sections we enjoy while avoiding parts that are confusing or even disturbing.
Our Bible resources help people experience the Bible in a way that is approachable, engaging, and transformative. We do this by showcasing the literary art of the Scriptures and tracing the themes found in them from beginning to end. Rather than taking the stance of a specific tradition or denomination, we create materials to elevate the Bible for all people and draw our eyes to its unified message.
Lumina lets you dig deep into the original languages with word studies
and Strongs tagging. Search multiple references from a verse or word.
Add your own notes and share verses with your friends on Facebook and Twitter.
Bible Gateway is a great website for looking up Bible passages – and there are a large number of versions and even different languages. Want to read John 3:16 in Spanish or in Russian? You’ll be able to do that on this website along with lots more resources for your Bible study.
This is a website from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis that offers insights and conversations with seminary professors including their recent publications.
Considering God’s call to pastoral ministry or as a deaconess in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod? Log on to the Concordia Seminary St. Louis website for more information.
The Society of the Holy Trinity is a ministerium (order) of pastors who have been ordained in Lutheran churches throughout North America. In a time of doctrinal confusion and moral uncertainty, they support one another in remaining faithful to the promises spoken at ordination into the Church’s ministry.