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  • Concordia Theological Seminary: For the Life of the World publication
    • For the Life of the World, published by Concordia Theological Seminary, Fort Wayne, is a magazine that speaks eloquently to the issues of the day from a confessional, Lutheran perspective and offers thoughtful insight into the complexities facing our church, our community and each individual. It is an excellent resource to keep you updated on the training of pastors, missionaries and deaconesses as they prepare to spread the good news of the Gospel to all corners of the earth.
  • Concordia Publishing House
    • Concordia Publishing House is the official publisher of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. For over 140 years, they’ve been commited to serving the needs of every single church, home, and school in the LCMS. Whether producing Bibles, Sunday School materials, Christian magazines, or church management software, each product and service at Concordia Publishing House is created with Gospel ministry in mind.
  • Emmanuel Press: Cards & Books
    • Emmanuel Press is dedicated to making treasures of Christian literature from the past and present, especially from within the Evangelical Lutheran Church, available to the world.
  • Issues, Etc. Radio Broadcast
  • Issues, Etc. Growing in Christ: Sunday School Curriculum Podcast
    • Growing in Christ follows a same-age classroom model so students learn and grow in faith alongside their peers. Together, they explore the Bible, draw connections to the Small Catechism, and learn the traditions of the Lutheran Church.
  • Issues, Etc Archive
    • Older archives of Issues, etc.
  • Liturgical Church Locator
    • This website was developed to assist Evangelical-Lutherans in locating congregations which use the historic liturgy of the Church in all of their services and practice Closed Communion. Whether traveling on vacation or business or moving to a new home, this directory will help them find Evangelical-Lutheran congregations which have not adopted worship customs from the surrounding culture, such as “contemporary worship,” “praise bands,” or “entertainment worship.”
  • Gottesdienst – Lutheran Liturgy
    • Gottesdienst is the insightful, witty, evangelical, liturgical journal of record.  Gottesdienst is for you if: you want to know more about the liturgy, or if you want some great seasonal sermons and Biblical insights, or if you want liturgical observations that are truthful, insightful, and unafraid, or if you want encouragement to stand firm in the faith
  • Lutheran Press
    • Lutheran Press publishes selected works of Martin Luther in a low-cost, easy-to-read format that is accessible to the church layman. The purpose is to expose the thoughts and writings of Martin Luther and other authors on topics that are of great interest to the modern church, but that might otherwise remain relatively unknown.
  • Lutheran Theology
    • The purpose of this site is to promote, extend, and defend the theology of Confessional Lutheranism, as reflected especially in the Symbolical Books of the Evangelical Lutheran Church.
  • Pirate Christian Radio
    • If you are looking for Christian programming that is truly Christ Centered and proclaims the good news of Christ’s death and resurrection for your sins, then you will find Pirate Christian Radio to be a refreshing stream of living water that quenches the thirst of your soul.
  • Project Wittenberg – Electronic Archive
    • Project Wittenberg is an ad hoc group of individuals dedicated to posting on the internet a cross-section of classic and historic texts written by Lutherans. The project arose from the frustration felt by these librarians, archivists, scholars, pastors and others. A thorough search of the internet yielded few works by even Martin Luther, founder of Lutheranism, translator of the Bible, shaper of the German language, and a catalyst in the events that shaped the formation of modern western civilization.
  • The Book of Concord (Lutheran Confessions)
    • The Book of Concord contains documents which Christians from the fourth to the 16th century A.D. explained what they believed and taught on the basis of the Holy Scriptures. It includes, first, the three creeds which originated in the ancient church, the Apostles’ Creed, the Nicene Creed, and the Athanasian Creed. It contains, secondly, the Reformation writings known as the Augsburg Confession, the Apology of the Augsburg Confession, the Smalcald Articles, the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope, Luther’s Small and Large Catechisms, and the Formula of Concord.
  • The Lutheran Clarion Newsletter
    • THE LUTHERAN CLARION is published regularly to support issues and causes within The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod which build faithfulness to true Confessional Lutheranism and to be a clear voice of Christian concern against actions and causes which conflict with faithfulness to the One True Faith.
  • Wittenberg Trail
    • A Christ Centered, Law and Gospel Focused, On-line Confessional Lutheran Community
  • Worldview Everlasting – Pastor Jonathon Fisk
    • Worldview Everlasting is committed to knowing nothing but Christ, and Him crucified for the forgiveness of sins… and wondering why the Church in America has forgotten…