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Prayer & Home Devotion Resources
Today's Devotion
» Follow Jesus No Matter the Cost – July 23, 2019
» Follow Jesus as Your Priority – July 22, 2019
» No More Slavery – July 21, 2019
» Unity in Diversity – July 20, 2019
» Cross Carrying Christians – July 19, 2019
Today's Devotion - Audio
» Follow Jesus No Matter the Cost – July 23, 2019
» Follow Jesus as Your Priority – July 22, 2019
» No More Slavery – July 21, 2019
» Unity in Diversity – July 20, 2019
» Cross Carrying Christians – July 19, 2019
Videos from WELS Streams
» Together Video Update - July 23, 2019
» EdTechLead19 Highlights
» WELS Connection - June 2019
» Together Video Update - June 11, 2019
» WELS Connection - May 2019
WELS Blogs
» 605 – Prison Ministry
» Silence or counsel?
» Oops! Grandma gave Garrett a sucker.
» Stand firm, even if it’s not popular
» 604 – WELS Ed Tech Lead 2019
Forward in Christ Magazine
» Confessions of faith: Mount
» Welcome Home: Part 2
» A most blessed freedom
» Moments with missionaries: Hendersonville, North Carolina
» WELS World Missions updates
Through My Bible In 3 Years - Audio
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – July 23
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – July 22
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – July 21
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – July 20
» Through My Bible Yr 2 – July 19
WELSTech Podcast - Audio
» 605 – Prison Ministry
» 604 – WELS Ed Tech Lead 2019
» 603 – Conquerors through Christ
» 602 – Digging Technology
» 601 – Don’t Give Jason Your Password!
Faith Related Q and A
» When Jesus came to earth, he had both a heavenly body and an earthly body. Now that he has returned to heaven, does he still have his earthly body?
» In This We Believe, it states, "We reject every teaching that man in any way contributes to his salvation. We reject all efforts to present faith as a condition man must fulfill to complete his justification. We likewise reject any teaching which says that it does not matter what one believes so long as one has faith. " This seems to pertain to a question of mine. I informed someone that we are saved "apart from our own freewill, or choosing" and that only those who believe this are saved, but he said, "That's where we disagree. I believe someone can be saved whether they believe that, or not." My question is - how do I respond? What scriptural proof may I present him that rejection of the Gospel as we teach it (i.e. salvation apart from our own freewill or choosing) is in fact a rejection of salvation? Also, I was wondering if you would be able to provide the This We Believe Q&A pdf file online, as I unfortunately do not have the means at this time to obtain a copy - I also believe it would be beneficial for others, as well. Thank-you.
» Where do I now find locations at? I travel for work. I liked this option in the other app.
» What is the difference between Circumcision in the OT and Baptism in the NT?
» The pastor at our former congregation would worship 3 to 4 times a year at a large non-denominational church in the Chicago area. He would also attend seminars there regularly. Is this an accepted practice now in the WELS?
WELS Together Newsletter:
» Synod convention begins July 29
» First Taste of Missions a success
» New seminary planned for Indonesia
» WELS Night a hit
» WELS Christian Aid and Relief approves humanitarian aid grants
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