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Prayer & Home Devotion Resources
Today's Devotion
» Do Not Miss the Boat – November 13, 2019
» Worth the Wait – November 12, 2019
» The Full Story – November 11, 2019
» Be Still – November 10, 2019
» God Forgives and Forgets – November 9, 2019
Today's Devotion - Audio
» Do Not Miss the Boat – November 13, 2019
» Worth the Wait – November 12, 2019
» The Full Story – November 11, 2019
» Be Still – November 10, 2019
» God Forgives and Forgets – November 9, 2019
Videos from WELS Streams
» Together Video update - November 12, 2019
» WELS Connection - October 2019
» WELS Connection - September 2019
» WELS Connection - August 2019
» WELS Connection - August 2019
WELS Blogs
» 614 – Glide
» Readers respond: What’s your best parenting advice?
» 613 – CatTech
» 612 – Be a Social Media Maker
» How involved should parents be in a child’s homework?
Forward in Christ Magazine
» The Book of Revelation: Part 12
» Light for our path: What kind of comfort can you give someone when a loved one commits suicide, who was supposedly a believer?
» Grieving in hope
» Walk by the Spirit: Part 7
» Confessions of faith: Kalbach
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – November 13
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – November 12
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – November 11
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – November 10
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – November 9
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
» 614 – Glide
» 613 – CatTech
» 612 – Be a Social Media Maker
» 611 – iBullying
» 610 – The Word And Your Photos
Faith Related Q and A
» My friend wants to come to check out our church as she is thinking of switching synods, but she wants to know what is appropriate attire for a service.
» Can my WELS pastor marry my fiance and me at a different venue? I am considering having my reception at a place that is a 2-hour drive from my church and would like to have the ceremony closer to the venue. Would my pastor be able to marry us? Or would I need to find someone else to do the ceremony?
» For those who are not predestined, what is their goal or purpose on earth? And what hope do they have to look forward to if they were not chosen to be saved? What if I was not elect? What am I supposed to do?
» I searched under "roles of men and women in society" and found nothing, so my question is as follows: WELS’ position on the doctrine of the role of women, as found on this link (https://wels.net/about-wels/what-we-believe/doctrinal-statements/man-and-woman-roles/) says, “6. We reject the opinion that male headship and female submission apply only to marriage or only to marriage and the church (1 Co 11:3; 1 Ti 2:12).” According to the statement above, women are subject to the headship of men in marriage, in the church, and in society. Does that mean a woman cannot hold a secular job (department headship in a college/university, civic headship over government employees, CEO/VP in industry/agriculture/science, president/congressperson/judge/governor/mayor/etc., for example) in which she has men in positions below her? Can WELS members vote for female political leaders? Should a WELS man take a secular job under the authority of a woman?
» Thanks for this site! Who are "our brothers and sisters in Christ?" I have heard the term used to describe all, and only, the members of our WELS' churches and those with whom we are in doctrinal fellowship. Would we also use the same term to refer to the Christians in false visible churches? Thanks!
WELS Together Newsletter:
» Announcing changes in East Asia mission field
» Synodical Council holds fall 2019 meeting
» Rev. Richard Gurgel accepts call to serve as MLC president
» Unrest in Ethiopia affects WELS and sister churches
» COP addresses major topics at its fall meeting
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