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Today's Devotion
» Pure and Blameless – December 15, 2018
» Picking What is Best – December 14, 2018
» An Early Thank You Card – December 13, 2018
» Stand Forever – December 12, 2018
» Promises Kept – December 11, 2018
Today's Devotion - Audio
» Pure and Blameless – December 15, 2018
» Picking What is Best – December 14, 2018
» An Early Thank You Card – December 13, 2018
» Stand Forever – December 12, 2018
» Promises Kept – December 11, 2018
Videos from WELS Streams
» Together Video update - December 11, 2018
» Heart to heart: parent conversations - Family Advent Devotions
» WELS Connection - December 2018 - WELS Missions in Vietnam
» WELS Connection - December 2018 - WELS Missions in Vietnam
» WELS Connection - November 2018 - Youth Ministry
WELS Blogs
» 579 – Christmas Communication
» Using Chrismons in Advent devotions
» 578 – Apps Worth Your Money
» Advent devotions keep family’s eyes on Jesus
» Seeing the Lord this Christmas
Forward in Christ Magazine
» Let God’s light shine
» Ambassadors: Help them see Jesus : Part 2
» Heart to heart: Parent conversations: How can our families stay focused on Jesus this Christmas?
» Light for our path: Were Joseph and Mary engaged or married when Joseph learned of Mary’s pregnancy?
» Majoring on the minors – Part 11
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 15
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 14
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 13
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 12
» Through My Bible Yr 1 – December 11
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
» 579 – Christmas Communication
» 578 – Apps Worth Your Money
» 577 – Share Your Gifts
» 576 – Et tu, Brute?
» 575 – Encouraging Emails
Faith Related Q and A
» What is WELS' stand on donating to the red kettle Christmas for salvation? Is it OK for a WELS school to ask Salvation Army (SA) for names of families that we can provide for through school children's gifts? What if some of our school children already have received gifts from SA unbeknownst to our leaders, but those families never ask for help from our church.
» I was a WELS member while I attended different churches, prayed with people of many different denominations, took Communion at other churches, traveled throughout the United States as a speaker for Christian conferences, schools, and church events of different denominations. While I did struggle with guilt and shame for participating in those things at first, I continued to pray and ask God for wisdom and guidance. How is it possible that I felt so shameful and guilty while simply sharing the truth of the Gospel that I learned as a member of the WELS....and as I prayed and sought God in his Word I found that I was doing what was natural to me as a Christian man...to go and tell all the world. In my experience, I find how the WELS interacts with other denominations by not interacting with other denominations bogus and not beneficial to kingdom building here on earth.
» Hello! I'm not sure if this is the best place to ask, but I couldn't find another place. If my family has to leave the US for a year for work reasons, and the European country (British Isles) we go to does not have WELS, ELS, or CELC churches, is there still a chance that there might be a church/gathering we can go to that's in fellowship, or are those the only ones in fellowship? I know we'll be able to watch our home church's livestreaming, but we hoped to still be able to meet with other Christians, especially for Communion.
» Did Jesus actually drink wine? I have heard many say that Jesus drank grape juice, because the Greek word for wine can mean grape juice.
» 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.
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
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