Luther Seminary is an excellent resource for all - you don't have to attend to take advantage! They offer many online courses that come straight to your email for free as part of their mission to help people grow in their faith and better understand the Bible. The courses are self-paced so you can do them on your own time or share them with friends, and family, or as a bible study.
Their newest course is on the Book of Revelation which explores the context and background of Revelation; how to read the Book of Revelation; an outline and overview of Revelation; introductory issues and theological themes of Revelation.
Follow the link below to sign up for this online course and Explore the Book of Revelation.
As the Lutheran Center is still under renovation, I have decided to create an activity for those looking for something new to facilitate discussion during Lent. The objective of this interactive activity is to help participants deepen their understanding and reflection on the Stations of the Cross.
This activity is a great way to engage participants in reflecting on the Stations of the Cross and encourages them to think deeply about the meaning behind each station. It can also be a good opportunity for participants to share their thoughts and perspectives with others in a safe and respectful environment.
If you try out this activity, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to let me know how it went!
Looking for a fun way to incorporate March Madness into your Bible Study or Sunday school? Look no further!
Choose a chapter or verse from a different book of the Bible and fill out the bracket with which Books of the Bible you think would win the Popular Vote. Be sure to set a time to cast your votes before your next meeting. This is a great resource to facilitate discussions on different ways to read, interpret, and appreciate the books of the Bible!
Be sure to download this 2023 Bible Madness Bracket to start!
Check out these links for more inspiration on how others have done March Madness in the past!
Bold Women’s Day is observed annually by the Women of the ELCA (WELCA). The day celebrates all Lutheran women who have acted or are acting boldly on their faith in Jesus Christ. This year WELCA is observing Bold Women on Sunday, March 5.
Click here for free downloadable resources to help honor and celebrate bold women in your congregation and community.
How will you celebrate Bold Women's Day this year?